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As a community of learners, we celebrate the 
beginning of our Centennial and are 

Cent On A Mission 

to educate for service. 




1999 Conestogan 

Elizabethtown College 

One Alpha Drive 

Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania 

17022 



HE HIGH LIBRARY 

.:..THTOWN COLLEGE 
: ALPHA DRIVE 

DWN, PA 170?* 



Opening 



Making Our Mark on the World 




18 9 9-1999 



Elizabethtown College 



Cent on a Misson 



A Revised Mission for the College 



As we prepare you to embark on 
this journey of memories, we 
would like to share with you the 
revised mission statement of the 
college. Strategic planning com- 
mittees have been working for 
some time investigating the cam- 
pus culture and developing a plan 
for the college to take us into the 
next millennium. Along with this 
plan comes a revised mission for 
the college. 

We felt it was important to in- 
clude this work in our book be- 
cause it displays the efforts of 
many individuals. We would also 
like to share with you the vision 
statement that has been adopted as 
part of the Strategic Plan. This 
information comes to you from the 
1999 Institutional Self Study and 
we hope throughout this book we 
can portray to you that 
Elizabethtown really has been Cent 
on a Mission. 

Jennifer Lee and Missy 
Hockensmith 



Vision Statement 

...The Elizabethtown learning commu- 
nity will be a place of intellectual adven- 
ture, where boundaries are erased and the 
excitement of discovering new ideas oc- 
cupies center stage. At Elizabethtown, 
learning occurs in and outside the class- 
room. Faculty are actively engaged in 
scholarly activity because the College 
values intellectual curiosity and this im- 
portant work informs and enhances teach- 
ing. 

Mission Statement 

Elizabethtown College is a community 
of learners committed to independent 
thought and personal integrity as the 
foundations of a life of learning. Our 
mission is to nurture sound intellectual 
judgment, keen moral sensitivity, and an 
appreciation for beauty in the world. 
High standards of leadership and scholar- 
ship are the foundations of our distinctive 
blend of liberal arts and professional stud- 
ies. In keeping with the heritage of the 
Church of the Brethren, the college af- 
firms the values of peace, non-violence, 
human dignity and social justice, and 
seeks to make those values manifest in the 
global community. "Educate for Service" 
expresses our belief that the pursuit of 
knowledge is most noble when used to 
benefit others. (4) 




Members of the community gathered on 
campus to help our Elizabethtown family 
kick-off the celebration of our Centennial. 




Professor Barnada entertains exchange 
students at the Roost. One can often 
find professors and students chatting 
around campus - just one of the ele- 
ments that sets Elizabethown College 
above the rest. 

Overview of the Mission 

Opening 2 

Special Events 4 

Centennial 26 

Seniors 32 

Proud Parents & Patrons 90 

Residence Life 106 

Faculty 126 

Sports 140 

Activities 172 

Current Events 198 

Index 204 

Closing 222 



Making an historic mark in sports . . . 
These students show their support of the 
Lady Jays and their accomplishement of 
being the first team in NCAA history to 
reach the 800 victory mark. 



4 Special Events 




"What will be next?!" 



Special 
Events 



Elizabethtown College is 
known by students and the 
community for its vast 
array of activities available 
to everyone. From the 
Homecoming and the 
Midway to the Hot-air 
balloon rides during the 
beginning of the Centennial 
celebration, this year was 
no different. The mission 
of students and community 
members alike has not 
changed- to enjoy 

themselves and have a good 
time. 



Coleen Long is enjoying a bit of 
body painting, one of the many 
booths provided for students 
during the fall carnival. 





Another successful 
Homecoming parade allowed 
students to display their many 
talents. 




Children were taught routines 
by Etown cheerleaders during 
"Into the Streets". 



6 Special Events 



Freshmen are inducted into the Elizabethtown 
College community during the Candlelight 
ceremony. There they receive an official pin. 

Trust is established during a Freshman Seminar 
activity. Here, you have to rely on your partner 
to guide you through the mine field. 





The Freshman Walk is a great time for 
upperclassmen to teach incoming Freshmen 
about humiliation. Here, they revert back to 
their childhood by playing "Ring around the 
Rosie.." 



Freshmen become acquainted with President 
Long and his wife, Betty. This event helps 
students to feel a sense of community with 
other students and to get to know the 
administration better. 



Freshman Orientation 



Lovin' the Challenge 



Where can you get lost in space, meeting new people was not a 
burn off a foot in the acid river, challenge. Peer counselors worked 
"lose that lovin' feeling," and hunt their hardest to provide answers 

for the Eagle? Freshmen about college life and to curb 

Orientation of course! With any feelings of 

a warm welcome, the Class Meeting homesickness, 
of 2002 was graced with K\o\ai Through the barrage of 

the style of the school and a Ivtzw activities, the Class of 

weekend packed with People... 2002 proved what a unique 
excitement. and special bunch they are. 

With pathways, the This class has what it takes to 

candlelight Induction Ceremony, the add something special to the school, 
one mile Freshman Walk of "Terror," and they have already begun. - 
and various peer group gatherings, Jennifer Heisler 





After the humiliation of the walk and the 
glamor of the candlelight service, the Class of 
2002 is officially welcomed to their new home. 



8 Special Events 



Outfitted for the Future 



The college kicked off the new 
academic year with the annual Convocation 
ceremony, held in Leffler Chapel on 
Sunday, August 30. Fully outfitted 
in caps and gowns, trustees, 
faculty members, and the 1998- 
99 college scholars (juniors and 
seniors with GPAs of 3.75 or 
higher) processed to the music 
of the Philadelphia Brass. 
College Chaplain Joan Austin 
opened the ceremony with the 
invocation, which was followed by a 
welcome from President Theodore Long. 
Louise Baugher Black of the Class of 1946 
took a few moments to remember 



''Renewing 

a 
Heritage" 



President Emeritus, Morely J. Mays. The 

presentation continued with Provost 

Ronald McAllister's recognition of the 

newly tenured and promoted faculty 

members and his tribute to the 

college scholars. President Long 

again took the floor, extending 

an invitation to the audience to 

both remember the past and 

look to the future, as he spoke 

of 'Renewing a Heritage and 

Transforming a College.' 

The opening weekend came to a 

relaxing close with an all campus picnic 

along the peaceful waters of Lake Placida. 

-Kate Simmons 



>i 





Students and guests line up at the serving tent 
outside Leffler Chapel. The Convocation picnic 
was a huge success. 





Many of the esteemed faculty march 
out of the Convocation. All are on 
their way to the campus-wide picnic 
by Lake Placida. 



Students and faculty stand for the 
invocation which was presented by 
Chaplain Joan Austin. 



Special Events 



Elizabethtown college cheerleaders 
teach elementary school cheerleaders 
some of their routines at a clinic they 
organized for "Into the Streets." 



Putting the finishing touches on a 
Halloween bag, an elementary 
student joins in the festivities while 
"Into the Streets" volunteers help. 







Carefully painting the trim, Heather Gillespie helps 
in the remodeling of a youth center. 

Sand art was one of the more popular activities 
among the children. Here, a girl funnels sand into 
a bottle while an Elizabethtown volunteer shows 
her how. 



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"Into the Streets" 



With smiles on their faces and with the help of 
an Elizabethtown student, these children learn to 
paint t-shirts at one of the many "Into the 
Streets" activities. 




Lending a Hand 




With high hopes and good intentions, 
Elizabethtown students aided in yet 
another year of contributing to both the 
college and the surrounding 
community. 

On October 10, over 175 
students volunteered their 
Saturday to go "Into the 
Streets" and help with various 
projects. Coordinated by the 
Learning Center, there were over 
50 sites in the community where 
student volunteers were needed. Some 
of these student-planned projects included 
raking leaves, cleaning parks, and providing 
activities for elementary school students. 



Volunteer 
to help 
arrmrily 



Jessica Smith, who helped make 

checkerboards at a preschool, said, "I had 

a lot of fun doing 'Into the Streets.' It 

made me feel like I helped the 

community." 

The annual 'Into the Streets' 

project kicked off on Friday 

with a picnic and rally to get the 

volunteers motivated for the 

next day's events. "The rally was 

a nice touch, because it got us 

even more excited to go out and 

volunteer," said Lori Skibiel. 

Overall, 'Into the Streets' was another 

success and brought the college and the 

community closer together. - Jill Barket 




12 Special Events 



Painting a flower on a little girl's cheek, an 
Elizabethtown student participates in the activities 
on the Midway. 





Reuniting Old Friends 



The weekend of October 17th and 18th 
gave Elizabethtown alumni the chance to 
come back and visit with the students, faculty 
and staff. Homecoming was an activity- 
packed weekend for everyone who 
joined in the festivities. 

"It's nice to see all your friends 
who have graduated during 
homecoming weekend," said 
senior Mike Carchidi. 

Elizabethtown turned into 
Broadway for a weekend with this 
year's theme being Broadway shows. 
Friday kicked-off Homecoming when many 
students spent their night constructing floats 
for the parade held Saturday. This year, the 



Join in 

the 
festivities 



prize for best float went to the Occupational 
Therapy club for its rendition of "Cats." 
After the parade, the Midway was the 
place to be for more fun-filled activities. 
This year participants had a variety 
of things to do and see at the many 
booths. Activities on the midway 
included palm reading, caricature 
drawings, and face painting. 
At halftime of the men's soccer 
game, Scott Tucci and Nikki 
Schuessler were crowned king and 
queen of the homecoming court. 
Homecoming 1998 proved to be a great 
fun-filled weekend for all students, faculty, 
staff, and alumni. - Jill Barket 






13 



Homecoming 



Happily singing and dancing to the 
songs from "Grease," members of the 
freshmen class show off their float as 
it goes down College Avenue. 



E-motion member Ann Neddoff puts 
the finishing touches on a sign for the 
dance club's float. Judges gave this 
float third place in the contest. 






Setting up their booth on the Midway, WWEC 
board members get ready for Homecoming. The 
radio station offered palm reading to raise money. 

With joy on their faces, Scott Tucci and Nikki 
Schuessler walk down the soccer field after being 
crowned king and queen of the Homecoming Court. 



[4 Special Events 



Resident Assistant Junior Wesley Bricker indulges in a 
pile of whipped cream while members of his hall cheer 
him on. The Goofy Games was just one of the many 
events hosted by the Resident Hall Association. 

Miniture golf was a popular booth at the Fall Carnival. 
Heather Erny displays great form as she takes her first 
swing. 





At the Fall Carnival, Sue Rossetter attempts 
to flip a rubber chicken in a pot using a 
spatula. You can see the determination on 
her face! 



Cautious not to get too dizzy, a participant in the 
Goofy Games runs in circles as part of a relay race. 
Students participated in a variety of unusual games 






1 5 Fall Carnival/Goofy Games 



Rubber Chicken Frenzy 

For the first time, the college faces painted. There were many 
held a fall carnival in celebration prizes given out, such as 



of the new school year. The 
carnival provided a great 
stress reliever and a fun time 
on Friday night. The games 
included a miniature golf 
challenge, bean bag toss, flip- 
ping a rubber chicken in a bucket 



with a spatula, and fishing for bottles, study break. 
Students were also able to have their 




Relieve 

some 

stress 



stuffed animals and inflat- 
able objects. 

In addition to the fun of 
the carnival, students stud- 
ied the art of being goofy 
at Goofy Games. These 
games are always a welcome 



-Jennifer Lee 




Passing the hula-hoop along to a hallmate, Mike 
Wilson hurries to beat his opponents. The Goofy 
Games was a great way for hallmates to get to know 
each other better. 



16 Special Events 



Holidays and Celebrations 



On November 17, 1998, friends gathered in 
Myer Dining Hall to celebrate Thanksgiving. 
The faculty of Elizabethtown College helped 
the Dining Hall staff to serve the feast. 
Students were served a traditional 
Thanksgiving meal with all the 
trimmings. They indulged in 
turkey, stuffing, veggies and of 
course apple and pumpkin pie. 

The cafeteria was decorated with 
fall colors and themes which gave 
students a feeling of family within the 
college. Much like a Thanksgiving dinner at 
home, the head of the table carved and served 
the turkey. 



Providing the students with this special 
holiday celebration gives them an opportunity 
to give thanks with friends and promote a 
sense of community. 

Another way our community 

celebrates with each other is 

through the International Fest. 

Many students gather together to 

celebrate and be educated about 

different cultures and customs. 

Both of these celebrations allow 

students to learn more about 

themselves and about others. -Jennifer 

Heisler 



Cdebalhg 

One 
Another 






Students and faculty are never strangers out of the 
classroom. The International Fest was a great way 
to bring students and teachers together outside of 
the classroom. 




17 



Thanksgiving / Int. Fest 



A tradition at Elizabethtown College is for one 
student to carve and serve their table the turkey. 
This is a very popular job at this special dinner. 

President Long and his wife Betty participated in 
serving students the very delicious dinner. Students 
are always guaranteed service with a smile! 






Students gather together for a social in the Roost 
during the International Fest. 



This table is all smiles as they take a break from 
their dinner to capture a memory to last them a 
lifetime. 



1 8 Special Events 



This group of students party the night away Many students enjoyed the 1999 Jr./Sr. with friends 
on the dance floor. They seem to be having and dates. Everyone will remember the good times 
a good time. they had. 




Kevin Duffy salutes those dancing their heart out 
on the dance floor. Not long after, Kevin joined 
them in a most popular swing dance. 




Junior/Senior 



These students take a break and step off the dance 
floor to smile for the camera. 





A Night To Remember 



Amist the warm sun of the beautiful 
April afternoon, Elizabethtown students 
traveled down Route 283 to the Holiday 
Inn, site of the 1999 Junior-Senior 
formal dance. Everyone was ready 
to have a wonderful evening. i QQQ 

Pictures with friends and dates 
began the evening before entering sJY./^Y. 

the beautifully decorated ballroom. 
As everyone made their way 
downstairs to the ballroom, everyone 
enjoyed seeing how beautiful and 
handsome everyone looked in their outfits. 
Gold stars and picture frames decorated the 



tables and were the gifts of the evening. 

While dinner and desert was served to the 

tables, students talked about what the 

night had in store, how much fun 

they have had already, or the 

usual of making plans for after 

dinner. As usual, the food was 

delicious and enjoyed by all. 

Music and karaoke followed 

after dinner. Students and guests 

danced the night away enjoying 

perhaps their last Junior/Senior at 

Elizabethtown. 



20 Special Events 



Blast from the Past 



T.G.I.S. weekend is one full of celebration 
and fun. We celebrate the beginning of a 
beautiful spring season, friendships, the end 
of another stressful semester, and for some the 
soon approaching end of their E-town college 
experience. TGIS 1999, Blast from the 
Past, kicked off Thursday night with 
hypnotist Michael Anthony. Some 
students had the opportunity to be 
overcome by suggestion while the 
rest were consumed by laughter 
watching students dance with 
brooms, strip off clothing because 
they thought it was so hot, sing like an 
opera singer and other humorous antics. 

The fun continued on Friday night with the 
Violent Femms concert. Students packed into 
the Thompson Gym to listen, dance and be a 
part of another E-town tradition. Saturday the 
festivities of the day where brightened by the 
sunny weather. Brinser-Ober field was filled 
with booths, T-shirt tye dying, jousting and 
the anticipated Battle of the Airbands. 
Students lip sang to a variety of songs adding 
dance and humor in their own individual way. 



T.G.I.S. 
Weekend 



This brought laughter and viewing pleasure to 
all those who watched. Saturday afternoon 
the traditional picnic brought students 
together with wonderful food from the caf and 
conversations about the fun experienced on 
campus and the fun that was yet to 
come. Many seniors gathered at the 
quads for one of their last times 
together. 

Saturday night the laughter 
echoed through the campus from 
the comedian in Hershey Hall. 
This changed to students dancing 
the night away at the video dance. The 
night activities came to an end around 3 am. 
As students went home, the weekend 
festivities were stored away as great memories 
shared with friends at E-town. 

Sunday friends reminisced about what each 
had done as the weekend of celebration came 
to a close. With reality that Monday classes 
were soon approaching, E-town students 
added another chapter to their book of 
memories of college that will be treasured 
forever. 

-Shelly Chaney 






Jousting was just one of the many activities students 
could participate in at the Midway Saturday 
afternoon. These friends seem to be enjoying the 
challenge. 



21 



TGIS 



Many students joined in the festivities of tye dying 
their TGIS t-shirts. 

Security was around every corner Friday night 
during the Violent Femmes concert. Extra 
precautions were taken to assure everyone's safety. 




These students await the arrival of the Violent 
Femmes and their infamous song, "Blister in the 
Sun". 



22 Special Events 



Vicky Brewer reveals her true feeling for Jennifer 
Kalweit as Kalweit takes a seat at the table to take 
all of this in. 

Leanna Whetstone tries to obtain forgiveness from 
Susan Waton as Jenifew Kalweit, school mistress, is 
not amused. 




The very impressive cast of "The Children's Hour" 
pose for a group shot. 



Justin Covington and Jennifer Kalweit share a very 
moving and powerful scene together. 



23 




Spring Play 







/ 



I 



In the Spring of 1999 the Elizabethtown College Department of Fine and 
Performing Arts put on a production of "The Cjildren's Hour" by Lillian 
Helman. This controversial play took place around the 1930s in a boarding 
school for girls, run by two best friends, Martha Dobie and Karen Wrigh, 
played by sophomores Victor Brewer and Jennifer Kalweit respectively. Their 
lives are turned upside down when a bad seed in the school, Mary Tilord, 
played by Leanna Whetstone, tells a lie about the women. When Mary's 
grandmother, Mrs. Tilford, played by junior Sarah Cropley, hears the nasty lie, 
she immediately calls the other mothers, and by the end of that night, all the 
girls are pulled out of school. Martha and Karen try to clear their names with 
Mrs. Tilford, but end up losing the school, the respect of the town. 



and Karen loses her fiance, Joseph 

sophomore Justin Covington. 

Mrs. Tilford learns that Mary 

and tries to reconcile with the 

late, for Martha had already 

Some other names of students 
included seniors Susan Walton as Lily 



as Rosalie Wells; sophomore Coleen Long as Peggy; and freshman Cory 
Grissinger as Evelyn. 




The 

Children 's 

Hour 



Cardin, played by 

At the closing of the play, 
had lied about the rumor, 
two women, only it is too 
committed suicide, 
performing in the show 
Mortar and Patricia Brankowitz 




Sarah Cropley consoles grandaughter Leanna 
Whetstone as cousin Justin Covington looks on in 
disbelief. 



24 Special Events 



Centennial 

The start of the 
Celebration 

Weekend 



Isn't is amazing what a hundred years can 
do? In 1899, the ground upon which 
Elizabethtown College now stands was a 
swampy field, lined with trees. The roadways 
were paths just wide enough for horse and 
buggies to pass on. There were almost no 
buildings to be seen. Look at us now, 100 
years later. 

Elizabethtown College celebrated its 
Centennial Kickoff Celebration in April of 
1999 in style. It all began Saturday morning 
with the Elizabethtown College Centennial 
Parade. Included in the parade were reunion 
classes, the Elizabethtown Area High School 
Marching Band, Antique cars and trucks, 
faculty of the college, the Elizabethtown 
College Jazz Band, clowns, Cub Scouts and 
the Dixieland Express. 

Everyone then returned to campus to enjoy 
in the festivities of the Turn-Of-The-Century 
Campus Festival, which included a delicious 
Centennial Luncheon. The festival included 
such attractions as hot-air balloon rides, 
campus tours, a performance of "The 
Children's Hour," Phalanx and many other 
demonstrations and performances. Everyone 
enjoyed the good company and great fun as 
the College kicked off its biggest year ever. 

The Centennial Ball concluded the initial 
celebrations of the weekend. Faculty, 
students and community members joined to 
display beautiful gowns and costumes and to 
enjoy the evening together. The celebrations 
will continue through 1999 and will conclude 
with the graduation of the class of 2000 in 
May. 




Beautifully decorated tables display the variety of 
food available for everyone at the Centennial 
Luncheon. 



25 



Centennial Weekend 



hot air balloon replica decorates the 
ith as the popular wagon ride travels by. 



The Annenburg Center was the center of 
the action as performers took the stage all 
afternoon. 




For 

the 

Record 

Events Included: 
Centennial Parade 



Turn-of-the-Century 
Campus Festival 

Centennial Ball 




Students gathered together at the campus 
festival to enjoy good food, fun and music. 

The tours through campus proved to be a 
big hit with both students and community 
members. 



26 Special Events 



What's it like to be a part of 
history? These students take a 
moment to be a part of it. 



100 



years 







Etown security pave the way to the ballon rides and all 
the activities for the day. 



What's it like to enjoy the day on the weekend? It's 
certain that these students know the best spot to talk 
about what they 're going to do next. 




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Centennial Weekend 



A beautiful background and 
brilliant colors were what 
made the centennial banners 
stand out most around Etown. 



Entertainment was the key to a 
successful weekend for the kids 
of both the college and of the 
community. 



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It's a classic to have the best 
bands play at the most honored 
of occasions. 

The day just wouldn't be the 
same without a carriage ride! 




Ahh! The food-who could forget the food. The food 
services settled in with providing scrumptious dishes and 
wonderful smells. 




The children of alumni and from the community were 
invited to enjoy the games and activities in the upstairs of 
Hershev Hall. 



28 Special Events 




These children are enjoying the 
painting they are getting done 
on their hands or face. 

This juggler dazzled many of 
the spectators with his variety 
of objects he was able to juggle 
and control. 



29 



Centennial Weekend 




Get down and have a great 
time. Jen Hanson and Sheldon 
Whitmer were most concerned 
with having fun that night. 




Todd Reinholtz, Sara 
Marksberry, Karen Weisman, 
Amy Roy and Chris Gottshall 
swing into a friendly pose. 



100 years is a reason to have the best night of your life and 
stop to remember what Sandi Plosa, Michele Krencicki, and 
Linda Moritz have forever. 



Helen Carney, Nicki Schuessler, Matthew Winkler, 
Greivin Montero, Scott Tucci pose for a memorable 
picture at a historical event. 



Centennial Weekend 



Liz Penman and Lamar 
Childs are so confident of 
their dancing that they 
don't even have to look at 
their feet. 





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Sandi Plosa and Linda Moritz are definitely having a ball! 



32 Seniors 



Seniors 



Dylan Gadino proudly recei' 
his diploma from President 
Long. 




'Educate for 
Service" 



The 1999 Senior class is 
one that left an impression 
on all who came in contact 
with them. From the first 
day of orientation to the 
final days as seniors, these 
students proved their 
dedication and hard work to 
all who knew them. This 
Centennial class set 
themselves apart from 
others with their strong will 
and determination to strive 
to attain any goal they set 
for themselves. As the year 
closes, let us honor our 
graduating seniors and 
congratulate them on all of 
the hard work that has 
gotten them this far. 




Dining Services was prepare 
for all kinds of weather here l| 
the Presidents dinner. 



33 






Will it be back to Gilman for 
this graduate? 

Herbert Butler gives thumbs 
up with diploma in hand. 




34 Seniors 



The Shreiber Quads was the site of the s« 
nior picnic Friday afternoon. Students ei 
joyed one of their final meals prepared b 
dining services. 



Senior Week 




President Long prepares to toast the se- 
nior class at the dinner given by the Presi- 
dent and his wife Thursday evening. Se- 
niors were treated to delicious food, des- 
serts and a champagne toast. 

Students partake of the cookies, ice cream 
and desserts prepared for them at the 
President's dinner. 



The week after finals and before 
graduation, known to all as Senior 
Week, is a time for seniors to spend 
the last few days with their friends 
and classmates before 
everyone takes the next 
step in their lives. Many 
seniors found their way 
to Myrtle Beach or a 
nearby getaway to cel- 
ebrate these last few 
days as college students. 
Beginning Thursday, fes- 
tivities began at the col- 
lege with a dinner at the President's 
House to kick off the celebration. 
This was followed by a social at T.J. 
Rockwell's Thursday night. 

Seniors had a bright and early start 




A Time to Relax and 
Enjoy Good Friends 

Friday with morning graduation pra 
tice. Following practice, seniors we 
treated to a picnic at the Quad Coi 
mons and were joined by faculty ai 
staff, who shared tr 
exciting time with thei 
Friday night many s 
niors found thier way 
"WOGS" and were at 
to reunite with rece 
alumni who returned f 
the excitement of coi 
mencement weeketi 
Overall, senior we 
proved to be a relaxing and enjoy at 
time for all. 

To the Centennial Class of 19S 
Good Luck!!! 

-Missy Hockensmith 




15 




Grades for their final semester at Eliza- 
bethtown were available for seniors at 
the Post Office after practice Friday. 

Jackie Barnoski and Valerie Diamond 
celebrate their senior year and the end of 
their college career at a common gather- 
ing place for seniors, "WOGS." 



36 Seniors 




These seniors wait in line while practic- 
ing for graduation Friday morning. 

Jody Rarick, Jill Bryson, Shelly Chaney 
and Missy Hockensmith capture one last 
memory before spending the afternoon 
together with family and friends. 



37 



Dr. Shubert and Dr. Trostle served as the 
Marshal and Grand Marshal for the com- 
mencement ceremony, shown here leading 
the seniors through campus. 



Graduation 



Heading into a new phase of life 

It was a sunny May morning and 
excitement was in the air. Seniors 
gathered to help one another 
straighten their caps and make sure 
their hoods were on correctly. It was 
time for what this Centennial class had 
been waiting for. 

As the seniors pro- 
cessed to commence- 
ment, they were cheered 
and congratulated by 
professors and adminis- 
trators. They took a fi- 
nal walk through cam- 
pus as an Elizabethtown 
student and marched 
their way through a bar- 
rage of cameras and very proud par- 
ents, family and friends. Commence- 
ment speaker, Connie A. Morella, 
spoke to the class about the world and 
the changes it is going through that 
they would be facing in just a few 
short weeks. She reminded the stu- 




dents to make their mark on the world 
and always remember to carry out the 
motto of Elizabethtown College, 
"Educate for Service." 

The graduates were also reminded 
to never be silent. Senior Class Presi- 
dent Dylan Gadino addressed the class 
and reminded them of the 
struggles over the past 
four years that the class 
had survived. The key 
was, Gadino said, "Never 
Be Silent." After mo- 
ments of laughter, bois- 
terous cheers and even 
amidst a few tears, gradu- 
ation came to a close and 
the Elizabethtown College Class of 
'99 was officially graduated. 

The afternoon and evening were 
filled with reminiscing with family 
and friends and sharing one last time 
together here at Elizabethtown as the 
Centennial Class of 1999. 





Connie A. Morella, US Congressional 
Representative for Maryland and co-chair 
of the Congressional Caucus for Women's 
Issues, shares her thoughts on graduation 
and passes on a few words of wisdom to 
these graduates. 

These seniors share one of their last times 
together outside the BSC before gradua- 
tion Saturday morning. Seniors will al- 
ways remember this as a place to meet 
friends between classes or catch an after- 
noon ray of sunshine. 



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Graduates excitedly look for family and 
friends after processing in at their com- 
mencement ceremony. This was a time of 
mixed emotion for many seniors. 



Faculty and students provided music for 
the commencement ceremony. Many 
thanks for all of their hard work and 
preparation to make this a special day 
for the Class of 1999. 

Graduates process past the Centennial 
banner, which decorated the college 
campus since early April. 



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Andrea Worthington, Ashleigh 
Harclerode and Karen Cashin pose by 
"the man with the camera" one last time. 





Chaplain Joan Austin addresses this special group of seniors for 
the last time. Austin was an integral part in many of the seniors 
college careers and will be greatly missed. 



40 Seniors 






Kristin S. Abbey 
Occupational Therapy 



Samiya Ahmed 
Environmental Science 



Elizabeth M. Aksim 
Biology 






Christina M. Anderson 
Occupational Therapy 



Matthew D. Antoline 
English 



Tara E. Anwarter 
Biology: Allied Health 



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Laura A. Ayars 
Biology: Allied Health 



John W. Balay 
Biology: Allied Health 



Sarah E. Banks 
Occupational Therapy 






Jacqueline A. Barnoski 

Business Administration 



Brandy E. Baumgardner 

Social Work 



Tanya A. Beeker 

Mathematics 



42 Seniors 






Susan R. Beiler 
Occupational Therapy 



Robyn L. Belek 
Psychology 



Bernice A. Benedik 

International Business 






Christopher E. Best 

Computer Science/Business 

Information Systems 



Christina L. Biemuller 

English 



Sarah A. Blackford 
Elementary and Early 
Childhood Education 



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Kimberly J. Boback 
English 



Janelle R. Boyd 

Music Education 



Susanne M. Brander 

Business Administration 














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Patricia C. Brankowitz 

Biology 



Laura E. Broich 

Business Administration 



J Mian M. Bryson 
Elementary Education 



44 Seniors 






Beth A. Burghaze 

Communications 



Herbert H. Butler 

History 



Michael J. Carchidi 
Elementary Education 






William J. Carey 

Business Administration 



Sara M. Cargill 
Elementary Education 



Helen A. Carney 
Political Science 



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Karen A. Cashin 
Elementary and Early 
Childhood Education 



Nolan }. Cassell 
Business Administration 



Bridget K. Cassidy 
Occupational Therapy 






Shelly M. Chaney 
Elementary Education 



Dennis R. Chesgreen, Jr. 
Psychology 



Lamar Childs 
International Business 



46 Seniors 






Caroline B. Clark 

Social Work 



Kelly L. Concannon 

International Business 



Christina M. Connors 
Psychology 






Kimberly A. Corbett 
Occupational Therapy 



Eileen F. Comely 
Biology: Allied Health 



Denise A. Costenbader 
International Business 



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Heather A. Cox 

Elementary and Early 
Childhood Education 



Kevin R. Cristofoletti 
Accounting 



Erin S. Criswell 
Chemistry 






Theresa K. Csordas 
Elementary Education 



Keith R. Culbertson 

Mathematics 



Amanda C. Curchin 

Social Work 



48 Seniors 






Jennifer J. Curran 

English 



Kelly A. Cusick 
Elementary Education 



Laura M. D'Aguanno 

Communications 






Christina M. Davis 
Communications 



Christopher DeSantis 

English 



Julie R. Devilbiss 
Political Science 



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Karen A. DiLoreto 
Chemistry 



Lauren M. DiMarino 
Biology 



Aybike E. Doganci 
Industrial Engineering 






Kevin P. Duffy 
Psychology 



Kelly L. Dunkleberger 
Occupational Therapy 



Jessica L. Durn 
Psychology 



50 Seniors 






Jennifer A. Dwyer 
Biology 



Valerie J. Dymond 
Elementary Education 



Jo A. Eates 
Occupational Therapy 






Wendy L. Eller 
Elementary Education 



Alyson E. Elliott 
Political Science 



Kimberly A. Fallstich 
Music Therapy 



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Erin E. Fan ell 

Communications 



Scott M. Fisher 
Business Administration 



Brandi L. Fleisher 
Business Administration 






Shayne M. Flowers 

Social Work 



David A. Fontaine 
Biology 



Brendan M. Forgotch 
Social Studies Education 



52 Seniors 






Danielle Frank 

English 



Shelby M. Frankish 
Occupational Therapy 



Dylan P. Gadino 
English 






Adria R. Geesey 
Psychology 



Christopher M. Ghiorzi 
Chemistry 



Heather D. Gibson 
Accounting 



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Michael J. Girard 
Psychology 



Renee M. Gladfelter 
Accounting 



Jamie G. Graver 

Communications 






Jennifer R. Groff 
Occupational Therapy 



Thomas E. Gruher 
Accounting 



Jill A. Hagenbuch 
Elementary Education 



54 Seniors 






Jennifer L. Haley 
Biology 



Christy L. Hansen 
Music Therapy 



Brian M. Harms 

Elementary Education 






Robert L. Heck 

Accounting 



Elizabeth A. Heetmann 
Music Therapy 



Sara M. Heintzelman 
Political Science 



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Denise R. Heller 

Business Administration 



Kelly L. Herb 
Communications 



Theodore S. Herman 
History 






Michelle L. Hershey 
Political Science 



Daniel P. Hicks 
Computer Science 



Steven A. Hilsher 
Business Administration 



56 Seniors 






Melissa A. Hockensmith 

Mathematics 



Stacy M. Horchler 
Psychology 



Kara M. Horter 

Social Studies Education 






Shaun W. Hughes 
Communications 



Heather C. Hunsinger 

Social Studies Education 



Margaret B. Hunsinger 
Elementary Education 



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Ann M. Huynh 
Elementary Education 



Leonard W. Iannitto 

Communications 



Dawn R. Johnstonbangh 
Elementary and Early 
Childhood Education 






Kathleen N. Kaib 
Sociology-Anthropology 



Brad T. Karli 

Business Administration 



Bemadette E. Katen 
Elementary Education 



58 Seniors 






Adrienne }. Keeney 
Elementary Education 



James W. Keim 
Business Administration 



Tiera L. Kendle 

International Business 






Heather A. Kennell 
Occupational Therapy 



Stacey S. Kindig 
English 



Michael W. King 
Environmental Science 



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Selena S. Kinkle 
Elementary Education 



Heather L. Klein . 
Business Administration 



Amy C. Kneller 

International Business; 
French 






Amy M. Kohut 

Psychology 



Sharon A. Kollar 
Biology 



Amanda L. Koogler 
Occupational Therapy 



60 Seniors 






Courtney E. Koons 

English 



Kristy J. Kordich 

Mathematics 



En-Pang A. Kou 
Computer Science 






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Michele L. Krencicki 
Elementary Education 



Colleen M. Kuhn 
Psychology; Spanish 



David J. Kulak 
Business Administration 



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A. Andre LaScala 
Communications 



Rebecca J. Labs 
Elementary Education 



Douglas A. Landis 
Business Administration 






Jaclyn J. Langozvski 
Elementary Education 



Amy M. Layman 

Social Work 



Ann L. LeFevre 

Social Work 



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Erika D. Leckington 

Communications 



Jennifer M. Lee 
Music Therapy 



Christopher J. Ley dig 
Accounting 






John C. Lore 
English 



Allison B. Lucey 
Psychology 



Jennifer S. Lynch 
Business Administration 



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Amy C. Ma 
Industrial Engineering 



Kristen L. Maguire 
Social Studies Education 



Lara M. Manogg 
Music Therapy 






Crystal N. Martin 
Social Work 



Susan M. Martin 
Elementary and Early 
Childhood Education 



Tadako Maruyama 
English 



64 Seniors 






Aaron M. Marvel 
Communications 



Annie M. Matincheck 

Mathematics; 
Business Administration 



Melissa L. McBride 
Business Administration 






Eric W. McCallister 
Business Administration 



Amy K. McCampbell 
Social Work 



Leigh G. McClintock 
Music Therapy 



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Andrew W. McGrazv 
Biology 



Meghan A. McHngh 
Social Work 



Jennifer A. McLuckie 
Music Therapy 






Laura B. Meashey 
Sociology-Anthropology 



Mark S. Merrill 
Accounting 



Raana N. Meruani 
International Business 



66 Seniors 






Luisa Mescia 
Social Work 



Mary rose K. Mielczarek 
Occupational Therapy 



Karin L. Mikalsen 
Elementary Education 






Nanda Mitra 
Psychology 



Greivin J. Montero 
Social Work 



Ryan A. Morgan 
Biology: Allied Health 



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Linda M. Moritz 
Music Education 



Marissa G. Minerva 
Music Therapy 



Jill C. Morrison 
English 






Kari M. Morrison 
English 



Ginnette M. Moskowitz 
International Business 



Kelly L. Mosteller 
Biochemistry 



68 Seniors 






Mandy J. Moyer 
Accounting 



Sarah A. Mnir 
Occupational Therapy 



Christina J. Muller 

Business Administration 






Amy M. Munden 
Biology: Allied Health 



Elizabeth A. Murphy 
Environmental Science 



Tanis A. Neamand 
Business Administration 



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Heather A. Neylon 
Biochemistry 



Michiko Nishigaki 

International Business; 

Economics 



Rebecca M. Nocito 
Mathematics 






Bridy A. O'Donnell 
Occupational Therapy 



Carol J. Oberholtzer 

Music Therapy 



Arlene G. Olinger 
Psychology 



70 Seniors 






Jennifer B. Olmstead 
Occupational Therapy 



Jenell L. Orendorff 
Social Work 



Jessica M. Orlosky 
Chemistry 






Andrea M. Palladino 
Communications 



Anthony J. Paone 
Business Administration 



Keith A. Paukovits 

Mathematics 



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Kelley A. Peck 
Psychology 



Darryn A. Peffley 
English 



Paid J. Pierce 
English 






Daniel Penaloza 
International Business 



Sandi E. Plosa 
History 



Kyla M. Plumb 
Biology 



72 Seniors 






Kimberly A. Plunkett 

Political Science 



Mark E. Powell 
Chemistry 



Irene B. Quart 

Business Administration 






Kelly A. Rada 
Biology: Allied Health 



Jody L. Rarick 
Occupational Therapy 



Laura A. Ray 

Elementary and Early 
Childhood Education 



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David S. Reinhart 
Accounting 



Darcie K. Ricca 
Communications 



Sara B. Rice 
Elementary Education 






Kathryn E. Roberts 
Occupational Therapy 



Joseph D. Ruggieri 
Communications 



Bethann L. Rumpp 
Chemistry 



74 Seniors 






Nathan D. Rutko 
Social Studies Education 



Rebecca L. Salach 
Biology 



John A. Schad 
Psychology 






Gretchen M. Schmidt 
Social Studies Education 



Laura B. Schmidt 
Business Administration 



Lynmarie A. Schroeder 
Elementary Education 



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Nicole A. Schnessler 
Business Administration 



Amy J. Schultz 

International Business 



Ellen R. Schwartz 
Business Administration 






Andrew J. Segura 
Business Administration 



Brian A. Serapiglia 
Mathematics 



Sherry D. Servia 

Computer Science/ Business 

Information Systems 



76 Seniors 









Kristin N. Seymour 
Psychology 



Laura A. Shaffer 
Occupational Therapy 



Laura A. Shaw 
Elementary Education 






E. Colleen Shearburn 
Business Administration 



Christina L. Shedwick 
Early Childhood Education 



Rebecca A. Showalter 

Social Work 



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Angela B. Shuman 
Occupational Therapy 



Jessica M. Singley 
Biology 



Julie E. Sizviec 
Occupational Therapy 






Cathy M. Smyers 
Biology 



Katherine S. Soper 
Psychology 



Rhonda S. Spicher 
Psychology 






78 Seniors 






Shauntae J. Standi 
Psychology 



Jennifer S. Stanford 
Biology 



Lisa M. Stansberry 

Social Work 






Brian P. Stetler 
Psychology 



Catherine D. Stine 
Psychology 



Christina L. Strickler 
Psychology 



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Holly A. Sutphin 
Biology 



Beth A. Szymoniak 
Occupational Therapy 



Rachel E. Tait 

Elementary Education 





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Business Administration 



Dana M. Thomas 
Communications 



Ingrid Thorson 
Communications 



80 Seniors 






Corey S. Tobias 
Accounting 



Mary Beth Treese 
Biology 



Scott }. Tucci 
Biochemistry 






Dana M. VanDyke 
Occupational Therapy 



Julia L. Veenema 
Occupational Therapy 



Aimee M. Wallete 
Elementary and Early 
Childhood Education 






Andrea L. Walton 
Occupational Therapy 



Kathryn M. Wasylyszyn 
Elementary Education 



Victoria E. Watson 
Psychology 






Amy M. Wayman 

Social Work 



Brendon J. Weaver 
Biology 



Katie M. Weber 
Psychology 



82 Seniors 






William H. Weber 
Social Studies Education 



Scott A. Weigle Annmarie Weisenberger 

Computer Engineering Business Administration 






Kathleen M. Weldin 
Elementary Education 



Melissa J. White 
International Business 



Cathy E. Whitman 
Biology 



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Allison R. Wiley 
Elementary and Early 
Childhood Education 



Wendi L. Willever 
English 



Christopher J. Williams 
Mathematics 






Paige L. Williams 
English 



Jennifer Wilson 
Biology 



Matthew A. Winkler 
Business Administration 



84 Seniors 






Lauren A. Wisnieivski 
Social Work 



Bradley E. Wolf 
Computer Science 



Rebecca A. Wolfe 
Social Work 






Andrea J. Worthington 
Spanish 



Andrew A. Wotring 
Communications 



Glenn R. Yerger 
Communications 



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Stacie A. Zak 
Occupational Therapy 



Nicole H. Zegarelli 
Elementary and Early 
Childhood Education 



Anne M. Zelonis 

Mathematics 






Alana A. Zerbe 
International Business 



Jaclyn M. Zimmerman 
Elementary Education 



Michele L. Zurat 
Elementary Education 



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1999 




Brian, 

Seems like only yesterday- 

You have made us so very 

very proud!! 

Wishing you much love 

and happiness 

in all you do— 

We love you very, very 

much, 

Mom & Dad 



Congratulations 

Brendon Jon Weaver 

We are proud of your accomplishments! 

Now that you completed the first portion of 

your career goal, may you continue to 

"SOAR LIKE AN EAGLE." As you look 

heavenward, may Life's very best be yours. 

Best wishes at school of Optometry! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad & Jenna 



Jaclyn Jo Langowski 

Congratulations! We are so proud of you and all 
you have accomplished. 

You have been and will always be a sweet, caring 
and loving young lady and we are very proud to 
have you as our daughter. 

We Love You, 
Mom and Dad 



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Proud Patrons 




Karen Ann Cashin 

Congratulations. 
We are so proud of the kind and loving 
person that you are, and all you have al- 
ready accomplished. 

Wishing you success, happiness and 
God's Blessing always. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, Andrea, Patrick and Sara. 



Doug Landis, 

Congratulations to you! 
With joy and pride we share this mo- 
ment of accomplishment with you. 
Our prayers go with you as you con- 
tinue on in life. 

We love you, 

Dad, Mother & Katie 



Kyla Marie Plumb 

You've come a long way since you were born, 

and yet have far to go. 

The world will be a better place 

because of you we know. 

We wish you health and happiness, 

a future that cannot lose, 

a life of joy, a world of love, 

in whatever path you choose. 

All Our Love, 

Mom & Dad 



David, 

With great pride your 
family is honored on the occa- 
sion of your graduation. Our 
love and support is with you 
always as you continue to suc- 
ceed in life. You are a blessing to 
all of us. 

Mom, Dad, Kevin, and 
Rachel 




Beth Ann Szymoniak 

You left the nest four years ago 
With determination and a radiant glow 

You've tackled the challenges 

That have come your way 

And you'll recup the benefits 

on graduation day 

Words can't express, but they have to do 
Just how proud we are of you. 

Love: Dad, Mom, Bob, Judy, Scott, 
Andrew & Christopher 




Julie Rene Devilbiss 
You have many accomplishments to be 
proud of, and the abilty to succeed in 
whatever your future holds for you. 
You have always been-and will always 
be our little angel. We are truely blessed 
and very proud to have a special daugh- 
ter like you. You are one of the finer 
things in our life- we love you! 
Mom and Dad 



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Laura, You are an inspi- 
ration to everyone you 
come in contact with. 
You put such passion 
and determination into 
every endeavor you 
undertake. Lhe courage 
and preserverance that 
you display continu- 
ously has led you to 
succeed. You made it 
and I couldn't be more 
proud of you. Keep 
reaching. Lhe stars are 
yours for the taking. You 
Laura Ann Ayars are a very special per- 
son. You are my best 
friend. Lhanks for 
sharing so much of your 
life with me. 

Love, Mom 




Congratulations 
Mark Powell 

We're proud of all you have accomplished 

We wish you a lifetime of health, happiness, and 

success! 

Love, Mom and Dad 







Nathan, 

You have made us very 
proud to be your par- 
ents. We wish you a 
happy and successful 
future. Walk always 
with the Lord. He will 
never fail you. 
Love you, 
Mom & Dad 




Congratulations 

Blythe! 

We are so proud 

of you. 

Love always, 

Mom, Dad and 

Brent 



Tanya Ann Beeker 

All our love to you as you continue toward 

your future. We are so proud of all you have 

achieved! Your dedication and hard work 

astounds us! As parents our fondest wish is 

for your child to achieve more than you and 

have a better chance at life. You certainly 

have made our wishes come true. 

Lots of Love, 

Mom & Dad 

P.S. Go get them blonde! Love, Mike 



Heather Klein.... Daughter, Sister, 
Friend 

Can it be? Seems 
Only yesterday as 
New parents we 
Gazed upon a child. 
Reality is you've grown I 
And matured into 
The woman we adore, 
Unpretentious, 
Loving, 
And 

Thoughtful. 

It goes without saying, you are 
Our pride and joy. 

No mistaking our sincere wish for your contin- 
ued 
Success & Happiness! 

All our love, Mom, Dad & Don 







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Colinsky, 

Set your goals, make 
your accomplishments, 
and the World is 
yours. We are so 
proud of you, and 
share your joy, today 
and always. 

Love, 

Dad, Janene and 
Pat 



Jennifer Susan Stanford 

We are so very proud of you Jennifer! 
You have worked very hard and accom- 
plished a great deal. Most of all we are 
so lucky to have a daughter who is such 
a wonderful, loving, and caring person. 

Love you forever, 

Mom and Dad 



Congratulations Kristin Seymour 

We are so proud of you! 
Wishing you success and happi- 
ness. 

Love, 

Dad and Mom 

Mandy and Don 




Bethann, 

Seems like only yesterday that 
you started college and now 
you are graduating. You have 
given us so many wonderful 
memories to hold onto. We are 
very proud of all your accom- 
plishments and know you 
have a great future ahead of 
you. 

Love, 

Mom & Dad 



Christopher Edward Best 

"From day one You have always been 
special in many ways, but your determination to 
achieve an academic high and still have fun has 
been your ultimate goal. This day that goal is 
fulfilled. Continue that concept and your life will 
be complete forever." 

Congratulations, 

We love you, You truly are the best, 
Mom & Dad 



From pigtails to college, you 
have brought joy to our lives. 
We know you will be a great 
teacher. We couldn't be more 
proud of you. 

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With pride and love, 
Mom, Dad, Jaquie, Erin and 
Kristen 




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Kathryn Marie 
Wasylyszyn 

We are all so very proud 
of you! 

Love, 
Mom, Dad, Steve and 

Mom-Mom 

"To teach is to touch a 
Life Forever. " 




Annie, 

Our "Baby Girl" has grown into a beautiful young 
woman. We have loved you from the day you were 
born but you have earned our respect and admira- 
tion. The strength, determination and perseverance 
you have shown are exemplary. Your love of life is 
overwhelming. We are so proud to be your parents. 
Thank you for the joy you have brought to our 
lives. You are our shining star. 

Love, 

Mom & Dad 








Annie, 

All your life you have had a hand in everything that was 
going on around you, that's difficult for most, but not "MY 
SISTER." It stayed true for a very special moment in my life. A 
shopping trip that I'll always hold dear to my heart. I am so proud 
of you and all your accomplishments, but most of all to be able to 
call you my sister. 

Love, 
Nick 
Annie, 

Your accomplishments astound me. You will succeed in 
whatever Path you choose to follow. I'm not only proud of you, 
I'm blessed to know you. 
Love, 
Deb 
P.S. SISTERS IN A WEEK!! 



Annie, 

As you grew up I could only stand 
in front to protect, later in life we would 
stand beside each other as friends. Now, 
as your dreams become reality, I can only 
stand behind you as proud as a brother 
can be. May all your dreams come true. 
Love always, 
Josh 







ANDREW WHITAKER 
MCGRAW 

You have become a beautiful 

young man who is still as 

tenderhearted and loving as 

you were when you were a 

child. We are very proud and 

grateful to be your parents. 

MUCH LOVE, MOM AND 
DAD 



Ashleigh Breeonn Harclerode 
To paraphrase "Author Un- 
known:" 

"God respects you when you 
work, but he loves you when you 
sing!" Keep sunshine in your 
smile and love of life in your 
voice and continue being the 
wonderful 
daughter /sister 
that you are. 
Our love and 
best wishes for 
you. 

Always, 

Mom, Dad 
and Austin 




95 Proud Patrons 



Alex Andre LaScala 
Where did the time go....? 
Congratulations! I wish you huge 
success and enormous happiness as 
you walk along life's path- 
most of all-HAPPINESS! 

With pride and love, 
Mom 





Dawn, 

Congratulations! 

It seems like such a short 

time ago you began your 

college. Look at where 

you are now. 

Much Love, 

Darl & Mom 

Amy 



Jennifer, Congratulations! 

You have gone through so much 
and grown into a young woman 
with so much to give to the world. 
Congratulations, 
Mom and Gary 




Mandy, 

Congratulations on all 
your accomplishments. 
We're proud of you and 
all the hard work you 
have put into your educa- 
tion. 
Love, 
Mom, Dad, & Mitchel 



Congratulations Chrissy! 

We are so proud of you, 

and as always, 

We love you. 

Mom, Dad & Kathy 



Aimee Wallete 

Seems like only yesterday... your 
first day of school. Now you are 
graduating! You are very special, 
not only my daughter but my 
friend. You have accomplished so 
much. I am very proud of you. 
Love, Mom 




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Andy Segura 
Congratulations Andy! 
We're so proud of you! 

Love, 
Mom and Dad 



Rachel Ellen Tait 

We're all very proud of you. You have already 
accomplished so much. Always aiming for 
perfection, never settling for less. We know that 
no matter what you do in life- You will be a 
success. 

Our Love, 

Mom & Dad 

Lincoln, Spencer and Lyndsey 




Nicki... 

We are so proud of you and 
all that you have accom- 
plished over the past four 
years. You are an irrepress- 
ible delight in our lives and 
we are looking forward to 
sharing your dreams and 
goals. As you progress into 
a bright future. 
Love, Mom, Dad & Mark 



Congratulations, Scott! 

We are very proud of all you've accom- 
plished and of the wonderful young man you've 
become. 

May your future hold much love, success 
and happiness, and may you always live your 
life "DELIBERATELY." 
Love, 
Mom & Dad 




Renee, 

Congratulations! 

We are so proud of you! 

You've made us so 

happy! Good luck and 

may God richly bless 

your future. 

With pride and Love, 

Mom, Larry, & Steph 



Patricia Catherine Brankowitz 
Wonder where the love for acting 
came from!?! And look where it 
led! We are so proud of you and 
what you have achieved! You'll be 
a great teacher and drama coach! 

Love, 

Mom, Dad and Mike 




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Dear Andrea 

We wrote in your baby book at two years 
i old, that we never thought a child could 
be such a wonderful completion to our 
lives. Your beautiful smile, lively spirit, 
sense of humor and determination has 
enriched our lives. We are very proud and 
love you very much! Congratulations! 



Good luck 

Success 

Health 

Wisdom 

Love 

Joy 



Love, 

Mom, Dad 
Lisa, Marisa 
Patches 




Congratulations to Our Wonderful Daughter! 
Kelly Ann Cusick 

We are so proud of you and all that you have 

accomplished. We want you to know how 

much we love you. 

God's Blessings in all you do and best wishes 

to you as you go through life. 

Love and Prayers always, 

Mom and Dad 



Kristen Marie Kane 

These four years were great. We 
knew you'd do well. Your whole life 
awaits you. Go give 'em hell!! 

With Love & Pride, 
Dad, Mom and Mo 



Denise, 

We have watched you grow into a beautiful, 
caring young woman. 

As each tomorrow opens itself to you, never 
forget how proud we are that you are our daughter 
and how much we believe in you and love you. 

We wish you much joy and happiness. 

Congratulations!! 

Love, 
Mom & Dad 



Kathy 




E-town and you were a perfect 




match. Good Luck next year as 


you 


begin to teach. You have made 


us 


proud. 




Love, 




Mark, Mom & Dad 





"Sail on silver boy, sail on by. 
Your time has come to shine, 
All your dreams are on their way. 
See how they shine. 
If you need a friend 
I'm sailing right behind. 
Like a bridge over troubled water 
I will ease your mind." 

Dylan, 

You are the poem I dreamed of 

writing. 

CONGRATULATIONS. 

Mom and Dad 



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We are proud of you 
COLLEEN 
in everything you have accom- 
plished. We wish you the best as 
you continue for your Doctor's 
Degree. We have shared many 
special memories in the past, and 
we'll share many more in the fu- 
ture with Mr. Blue. 
ALL OUR LOVE 

Mom, Dad, Granny, Poppy & 
Aunt Lana 



Sharon, 

May the seeds of athletics, scholarship, and 
service to others planted during the last sixteen 
years grow to provide you and others with the 
energy, wisdom, and love to make this world a 
better community. 

We love you, 

Mom, Dad, and David 



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Congratulations Booper! 
We love you! 
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Remain constant as the giving and 
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With Our Love, 

Mom and Dad 



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teacher. We 
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Darcie Ricca, 

Yesterday... 

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ten. 
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We see the beautiful young woman she has 
become. 
The years... 

Have flown by and you make us proud with 
each one. 



With all our love, 
Mom & Gino 




Someone special a dream come true. 
A daughter to love, my the years flew. 
Bigger and better things await you. 
So go after your dreams and follow 
heart. Mom and Dad are always 
there as from the start. 

We love you, 

Mom, Dad, Chris, and Mike 




Laura, 

You have come full circle 
from student to teacher. 
How proud we are of your 
many accomplishments 
and your choice of profes- 
sion! 

With love and wishes for a 
wonderful future, 
Mom & Dad 



Congratulations to you, 

Brendan!! 

We are so proud of 

you. 
Love, Mom and Dad 



Amy Michelle Layman 

We are very proud of you and all 
that you have achieved. May 
God's love surround you through 
the years ahead. 

Mom, Dad, and David 



KRISTY JEAN KORDICH 

NEAR OR FAR 

NO MATTER WHERE YOU ARE 

YOU'LL ALWAYS BE IN OUR HEARTS 

YOU MAKE US SO PROUD OF YOU 

IN WHAT EVER YOU DO 

FROM THE TIME YOU WERE SMALL 

TO THE YOUNG LADY SO TALL 

WE LOVE YOU AND WISH YOU THE VERY 

BEST 

LOVE ALWAYS 
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KARI: This is the beginning of a new day. You have been 


We're prouder than PROUD!!! 




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its place is something that you have left 


Mom, Dad, Billy, Diane 




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Mom-Mom & Pop-Pop, Mom-Mom 
Mario, Sherman, Scoop, and all the 




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very proud of you. Kemember to make Jk^K 
each day count in your life. I.OVE ^^>*' 


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YOU! Mom and Dad TY 



Rino, 

Our Favorite son, brother, & 
brother-in-law 




May your future be happy and fruitful. 

Love, 

Mom, Dad, John, Mike & Betty. .and Pelusha too! 



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MY SON! Who I am so proud of . With faith, 
riope and Loveyour dreams of accomplishement came 
true. Thanks for being such a wonderful son, you've 
always wanted lots of children. Good Luck with your 
Teaching Career 
[ Love You 
Vour Friend, 
vlom 





Congratulations Laura, 

The sky's the Limit, 

Follow your Dreams. 

Love, Mom & Dad & Chrij 



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August 5, 1977 we were blessed 
with a lovely baby girl. Today we 
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who accomplished much in he life. 
We love you very much and could 
not be prouder than we are today. 
Watchout World "Here She 
Comes." 

Love, Dad and Mom 





Lauren Michele Piro 

A 

beautiful addition to 

our family 

J' 




A 

beautiful addition to 

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Love, hugs and kisses, 
Mom, Dad & Daniel 





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Residence 



'Study or not to 
study?" 



Take the time to relax and go 
over weekend plans is what 
students love to do best. 




Life 




Dorm life has surely changed in 
the past decades. For instance, if 
you look under your desk, how many 
cords do you have? Today, the dorm 
rooms are so techonologically 
advanced that you don't even have to 
leave your room. There are Internet 
hookups in every room that allow 
you to check e-mail, search the web, 
access the High Library and even 
check class openings during 
registration. Things weren't always 
this way. Carroll Kreider, Professor 
of Business recalls when she 
attended Elizabethtown. "I lived in 
Alpha Hall in the room that is now 
the entrance door to Human 
Resources. The rooms were very 
small and very warm, but you had a 
great view because of the high tall 
windows. Back then, you could be 
charged for using excess wattage." 
-Kristy Hauer. 




Students know that chugging 
the coffee is way important 
around finals time. 




Just chillin' in the rooms of 
Ober seems to bring out the 
sports fan in all. 



108 Residence Life 



lings 



What do you think 

will change in 100 

years? 

1 . May have gone to a co- 
ed living situation. 

2. May finally lose the 
1970s orange/yellow/ 
green paint. 

3. The original carpet will 
still be there. 

4. It will contain a tunnel 
and subway and transit 
sytem. 

Founders-"V'hen I 
came to Elizihethtown 
College for tie first 
time for a ca npus tour 
Founders was labeled 
as the "new" 
lived on B-2 
freshmen yei.r, C-3 for 
my sophomc re and 
junior year a 
senior year. The major 
difference between 
Founders when 1 lived 
there and not 
layout of the 
Genders were not mixed wHrnn th 
iif n were h o u se d i n D & Cwings and 




Founders A1-Row 1: Raana Meruani; Row 2: Susie Lynch, Jennifer Helsel, 
Meghan Carden, Kate Simmons; Row 3: Lisa Candela, Stephanie Snyder, 
Michelle Johnson, Jennifer Rodgers, Chanette Hart; Row 4: Caitlin Hopson, 
Candace Ricci, Kate Stephonich, Becky Grosh, Lindsey Hess, Caitlin Green, 

Jacqui 

Heinderberger, 
Michelle 
Lisciandrello, 
Rachel Chieppa. 



dorm. I 

mv 



men lived in A & D. " commented Karen Bentzel 



A2-Row 1: Dave 
Ragains, Mike 
DiBernardo, 
Jonathan O'Neil, 
Tammy Long, 
Amber Lehman, 
Christine Hoyer, 
Mike Hyde, Kim 
Plankett; Row 2: 
Trish Edelman, 
Maria Maakary, 
Chris McNulty, 




Cheryl Lauer, Cassie Pugh, Christina Yulo, Jen Eidell, 
Becky Putman, Sean Davy, Eric Snavely; Row 3: 
Jason Klingberg, Melinda Wissmann, Carrie Pitchford 
Lisa Walton, Margaret Bloch, David Lloyd, Adam 
Hasting, Rob Knappman. 



A3-Row 1: Missy Eaton, Robyn 

Sell, Emlyn Farinola, Joseph 

Rupp, Georgean Knapp, Erin 

Otten, Erin Toole; Row 2: Yuri 

DeLaRosa, Stacey Gross, Laura 

Barkow, Becky Salach, Kristin 

Lezinski, Sarah Reeser; Row 3: 

Shawn Thompson, Tom Osborne, 

Kevin Decker, Stephanie Reiner, 

Jennifer Chambers, Adam Files, 

Justin Aurand, Kurtis A. Shank; Row 4: Paul Contino, Gurtej Singh, Frank Kuiser, Ben Nevios, Nate 

Brosious, Dave Stough, Andy Zorkel. 



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B1-Row 1: Mary Setleck, Stacey Panco, David Fontaine, Holly Dolan, Tara 
Stern, Allyson Zuber, Michelle Laurer; Row 2: Holly Herroid, Emily Pitzer, 
Rachel Jordan, Jen Bartlett, Angie Rhoads, Amanda Tryon. 




B3-Row 1: Joe Nickle; Row 2: Adam Datsko, Amy Kanz. Stacy 
MacAdam, Jackie Casey, Sara Shaneor, Cheryl Stuber, Shannon 
Ebbecke, Michelle Lindenmuth; Row 3: Chris Klaiber, Amy 
Tuffs, Tim Buckman, Kylie Daisley, Annette Gates, Melissa 
Muller, Heather Gingrich, Elena Gorlenkova; Row 4: Mike 
Rojotte, Chris Turtell, Kevin Bonner; Row 5: Will Glasby, Brian 
Baumley, Jack Guenin, Jen Thomas, Matt Farley, Tyler Comp, 
Craig Oakum, Kyle Gebhart, David Ciotti, Josh Hennion. 



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C1-Row 1: Corey Tobias, Selma Rasavac, Kris Dorman, Bojana Radivojevic, 
Jennifer Peters, Bill Rogan, Mike Diehl; Row 2: Mark Lloyd, Scott Brewer, Jon 

Sears, Jeff Harmon, 
Carl Thorson, J. 
Morgan Grumbach. 



C2-Row 1: Laura Reimer, 

Jessica Berry, Heather 

Humphrey, Larisssa Graham, 

Sandy Pugliese, Katherine 

Stanton, Kim Stry; Row 2: 

Stephanie Bellino, Colleen 

MacPherson, Jista deJong, 

Heather Salkela, Suzy Uber, 

Natalie Hycock, Jen larossi, 

Jen Swauger, Jan Klinger; Row 

3: Sarah Cropley, Severuba 

Berg, Kim Esposito, Dina Sena, 

Kristin Stremme, Kristin Schulenberg, Jessalynn Rigterink, 

Jennifer Craig, Kara Murphy, Liza Maartinelli; Row 4: Leanna 

Whetstone, Coleen Long, Heather Spencer. 




C3-Row 1: Carrie Mason, Nikki 

Tarconish, Ketti Philips, Janette 

Perez, Andrea Ehrhart, Sherri Bahn; 

Row 2: Lauren Puskar, Tara Wolfe, 

Meredith Uber, Michael Aitken, 

Benjamin Miller, Beth Wisegarver, 

Catrin Rosquit; Row 3: Matt Antoline, 

Don Klein, Emily Marcheski, Jasmin 

Guadalupe, Allison Gilham; Row 4: 

Mike Wilson, Paul Pierce, Rob Kreider, 

Patrick Day, Danny Fattori, Justin Caldarone, Deric Wilson, Brian Servetnick, Shannon 

Gallagher, Andrea Moran, Matt Eshelman, Mike Rosina. 



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01-Row 1: Sharon Hatalla, Jami Brandt; Row 2: Nathan Cornwell, Chris Reed, John 
Lore, Amanda Degler; Row 3: Elizabeth Romaine, Page McKonly, Taryn O'Hara, 
Jared Williams; Row 4: Jennifer Douglass, Amie Dunn, Laurie Morris, Matt Hopper, 

Dave Pigeon, 
Ryan Lester, 
Mike 

Clemento, 
Andy Clark. 









D2-Row 1: Jason Konopinski, Lorraine Plant, Sharon Paul, 
Tricia Bordner, Claire DeVere, Maria Konevitch; Row 2: Chris 
Ashworth, Jennifer Miller, Nicole Bouch, Stephanie Lowey, 
Elisa Willard, Allison Ainley, Stephanie Hale, Frank Marciante, 
Valerie Hartman, Nick Mackey, Matt Blome, Wesley Bricker, 
Murphy Mesics, Denise Hannigan, Jim Antonowicz, Sarah 
Clive; Row 3: Bob Johns, Jeff Boyle, Kevin Cawley, Jaclyn 
Light, Adam Gilson, Kristy Hauer. 



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D3-Row 1: Bethany Merchant, Kris Zabrinskie, Liz Miller, Becky 
Jones, Jason Supeck, Kim Zuaro; Row 2: Jim Kaurudar, Stacey, 
Grab, Todd Reinholtz, Jessica Wiatrowski, Katie Bieak, Amy Roy; 
Row 3: Joao DeLima, Mike Denton, Jillian Stasiulis, Liz White, 
Becky Doyle, Derek Lob, Melissa Friend; Row 4: Gilberto 
DeFigueiredo, Alice Lambert, Lynn Farmer, Valerie Strickhouser, 
Tom Drill, Justin Clouse, Curtis Hicks, Dan Borneman, Ken Glass, 
Adam Kordes, Abigail Fabian. 



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What do you think 

will change in 100 

years? 

1 . The fireplace in 
the main lounge still 
won't be lit. 

2. Apartments will 
have replaced the 
floor suites. 

3. The whole building 
will be air-condi- 
tioned. 



Ober-During 




freshmen ye; ir at 



Elizabethton 



satayed in Center Hall 
and then Soith Hall the 
next year. T tese were 
old Army bu Idings that 
were located 
mately where the Jay 
Nest is now. These 
halls were ton down 
many years i go. My 
junior year, I moved 

^ S into the new Ober Hall 

I wind A-2 ana upstairs to 

A-3 myxentior year. It amazes me how little Ober has 
changed in the past 38 years. As the RA on A-3 my 
senior year, the floor had a bad reputation and I had my 
hands full. That year, the Ober guys gained statewide 
publicity involving the Elizabethtown fire 
company, " revealed Ronald Shubert. 



1958, my 



College 



Ober Basement-Row 1 : Tavis Buliano, Brian Schopt, Mike King, Josh 
Kelly, Jason Paulin, Mike Simmers, Chris Kemmerer; Row 2: Mike 

Carchidi, John 
Batzer, Jon 
Khanlian, Corey 
Shepler, Matt 
Feshler, Matt 
Hopkins, Gary 
Trefsger. 




A1-Row 1: Ken Jusko, 

Brad Wyse, Ryan 

Heishman, Matt 

McGough, Colin Foran, 

John Mahoney, Rocky 

Parise; Row 2: Michael 

C. Cifone, Nate Smeltz, 

Stee Werner, Patrick 

Charles, Craig Tollini, Joe Ridgway, Brian Marquette, 

Jesse Endler; Row 3: Jeremy Jack, Rob Coleman, 

Barrett Hartman, Tom Clardy, Larry Bullock, Ryan 

Renfrow, Josh McCarty, Christian Ehrhart, Tim Globle, 

Matt Donahue. 




A2-Row 1: Chris Steltz, 

Rob Heck, Brian Bender, 

Mike Young, Tony Kuo; 

Row 2: Brian Berge, Mike 

Bonhan, Bob Snyder, 

Jared Ness, Adam 

Martin, Brian Hott; Row 

3: Doug Landis, Dave 

Mangels, Matt Freese, 

Richard Pfeister, Mike Enslen; Row 4: Ryan Herrity, Justin Young, Nick Endlich. 



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B1-Row 1: Elizabeth Kirkwood, Miranda Dagle, Kristin Kappenhauer, 
Marcelle Laskary, Terri Bickerton, Mindy DiMatteo, Melissa Andoga; Row 2: 
Terry Greiner, April Bannister, Jamie Winters, Christina Nickle, Charlene 
Klassen, Leah Henry, Tracy Shellhamer, Jennifer Zemba, Anne Aichele; Row 
3: Steph Miller, Kristy Mahoney, Selena Kinkle, Kelly Cragle, Ginnette 
Moskowitz, Bridget Albin, Jen Cooper, Melissa Trusilo, Tracey Lambert, 

Shannon 
Murphy, Janet 
Laliro; Row 4: 
Carrie 
Mondorff, 
Nicole Lascalda, 
Gretchen 
Junko, Becky 
Sechriest. 





B2-Row 1: Michael Oberly, Ryan Bowe, Justin 
Covington, McHeath Farley, Chris Wenger, George 
Abruzzese, Tom Mumma; Row 2: Steve Worrel, Derek 
Smith, Matt Timmons, Ben Cadman, Joe Godfrey, Brian 
Cowan, John J. Brackbill; Row 3: Chris Harvey, Brandon 
Yorty, Dave Maurer, Eric Weissman, Buddy Touchinsky, 
Adam Mills, John Mairano. 




B3-Row 1: Jocelyn Clemens, Michelle Casserly, Vikki 
Detweiler, Emily McFarland, Jennifer Lightcap, Kristin 
Raichel, Susan Rossetter, Corrine Julian; Row 2: Kelly 
Rubillo, Barbara Wirtz, Karen DiLoreto, Kelly Mosteller, 
Cori Huntzinger, Renee Gladfelter, Megan Luhrs; Row 3: 
Erin Levering, Diane Fisher, Sura Jawad, Danielle Scarpati, 
Liza Spinella, Jackie Stein, Jamie Hohn, Chandra 
Weghorst, Missy Kohler, Christina Muller; Row4: Brie 
Spangler, Rachel Why, Rachel Luette, Heidi Yoder, Danielle 
Yereance, Candice Ciala, Robyn Paul. 






14 Residence Life 



What do you think 

will change in 100 

years? 



1. Suites will be 
added 

2. The building 
will be made coed 




Schlosser 
Ops men car 
floor to colle 
make repairs 
always anno i 
coming with 
the hall.' Orjly 
rare occasior 
males seen 
lobby." infoijn 
Parrett. 



Vhen Plant 
ie onto the 
ct trash or 
, they 
need their 
'Man in 

on other 
s. were 
beyond the 

d Tana 



Schlosser 1 East-Row 1: Beth Dillon, Kelly Berlin, Maureen Doyle, Marie Hester, 
Brooke Knepper, Corey Grissinger, Sarah Bean, Susan Tomchak, Tina Paek; Row 2: 
Erin Schroder, Jennifer Gallo, Jennifer Kretchman, Stephanie Scinto, Mindy Wells, 
Rebecca Setzkorn, Kella Barkman, Liz Hayden; Row 3: Kelly Fedako, Amy 
Sinacore, Michelle Kessler, Susie Martin, Kara Knisley, Alyson Wright, Kristen 
Wells, Elizabeth Willis, Elizabeth Lutz; Row 4: Amy Wayman, Laura Wellman, 

Brianne Hoffer, 
Debbie Home, 
Jennifer Wells, Katie 
Doyle, Vivian 
Hinojosa, Ann Gaida, 
Melissa Gudleski, 
Heather Wood, 
Kathryn Green, 
Natalie Stokes, Jen 
Smith. 





2 East-Row 1: Elizabeth 

Nauman, Stephanie 

Delfosse, Kellie Sweeney, 

Aimee Orlando, Lisa 

Smoker, Melissa Corba, 

Amie Summers, Danielle 

Strom, Joanna Rising; Row 

2: Christy Callahan, 

Amanda Sherren, Maura 

Walsh, Toni Polito, 

Candice Donnelly, Haley Gillis, Kim Gibbons, Jenny Hughs, 

Jennifer Long; Row 3: Nichole Bonetti, Laura Whetstone, Erin 

O'Connor, Katie Hoover, Dana Fronzoni, Melanie Hickey, 

Stephanie Kovatich, Kristen Gardner, Jodie Gilfeather, 

Kristina Burch, Melissa Mielcarz, Colleen Regan, Tina 

Drumheller, Melinda Hash, Micalyn Myers, Mary Elizabeth 

Regan, Andrea Peirce, Kelly Cusick, Leslie Westervelt, Lisa 

Mohr. 



2 West-Row 1: Nicole Hundley, Beth 
Purcell; Row 2: Penny Streby, 
Stephanie Myers, Erica Schappelll, 
Cathy Czerwinski, Marie Myers, 
Swati Parikh, Jessica Marsala, Jamie 
Kudel, Marie Musso; Row 3: Kami 
Nicholson, Lori DiPippa, Kerry 
O'Brien, Melissa Zimmerman, 
Jennifer Meyers, Erin Babcock, Katie 



Hershey, Kara Metzler, Sarah Godlewski, Becky Bowers; Row 4: 

Kim Zotl, Christina Mattise, Nicole Thomas, Kara Datz, Natalie Dutrow, Melissa Hernandez, Jamie 

Porter, Anne Rizza, Kathleen Macklin, Rebecca Jonas. 



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3 East-Row 1: Whittney Allen, Joan Mackie, Laura Barnes, AnnaMaria Daciw, Jeniffer 
jacobellis, Christina Gerlacki, Melanie Leiby, Danielle Klinger; Row 2: April 
Andrescavage, Danielle Seibert, Kristin Alwine, Amanda Bowden, Melissa Mayette, 
Selma Mariam, Leslie Shields, Renee Austin, Megan Zerbe; Row 3: Borey Yem, Vicki 
Bracken, Angela Depauli, Amanda Caron, Antonietta Lubrano Lobiane, Marci James, 
Hilary Bloch, Maria Mackey, Kim Swope; Row 4: Jurgita Gudisauskaite, Bethany 

Manwiller, 
Amanda Riley, 
Angela Krivonak, 
Megan Tyson, 
Maria Chiles, Tara 
Kasper, Sarah 
Klaiber, Kristin 
Atkinson, Lauren 
Wolfer, Maria 
James, Jen Davis, 
Talitha Cooney, 
Melissa Marks. 







3 West-Row 1: Jen Bothwell, Joan L. Burhman, Heather Soper, 
Michelle Snavely, Lindsay Texter, Maegan Ackermann, Angie 
Kretulskie, Shana Kenschaft, Kelly Spence; Row 2: Christina Davis, 
Maria King, Emily Maguire, Julie Boerekel, Jennifer Kohlhafer, Erin 
S. Criswell, Maria Macus, Meg McSpadden, Nicole Alishusky; Row 
3: Sarah Spiese, Missy McKenny, Chrissy Voigt, Melissa Keysock, 
Jen Guhard, Danielle Armstrong, Steph Pinchock, Laurie Sweney, 
Mandi Ewing, Kristy Nowell, Lisa Smoot; Row 4: Linda Milnes. 




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What do you think 

will change in 100 

years? 

1 . Hand scanners will 
replace keys for entrance 

2. The kitchens will 
contain automated chefs 

3. Each floor will 
house laundry facilities 

4. There will be a 
bathroom for each room 

5. Renovations will 
replace lounges on each 

floor 




Royer-"WM 
student at 
Elizabethtou 
in Royer, Mj 
Quads. Sine 
the campus. 



notice too m ich change 
except the lo.ks on the 



rills and 
:ts that 



l change, but my old roommate wh> 
the campbs -to visit tell me that this cam; 
through noticeable changes 
explained Nicole Nauman. 



doors and th< 
volleyballs n 
they added to the 
Quads. I do tot notice 
s to 
one 
since we have graduated. " 



Royer 1 North-Row 1: Angela Vitale, Laura Beeghly; Row 2: Terri 
Neipert, Josalyn Perehinec, Marissa Rote; Row 3: Sara 
Marksberry, Michelle Lebo, Jenn Clarke, Jennifer Redline, 

Amanda 
Haines, 



I was a 

I lived 
:r and the 
I work on 
do not 




• who comes 
pu< has goni 



Royer 1 

South-Row 

1: Melanie 

Nolan, 

Cherilyn 

Curcio, Jen 

Halladay; 

Row 2: Jen 

Barton, 

Sarah 

Blackford, 

Stacey 

Streeter, Becky Campbell, Camie Stouck; Row 

3: Janelle Jambrosk, Kristin Abbott, Amy 

Kneller, Sandra A. Koch, Jessi Eisenhart. 




Royer 2 North-Row 

1: Nicole Calsgero, 

Jenica Scollan, Stacy 

Carter, Susanne King, 

Nhu Huynh; Row 2: 

Becky Ballinger, Liz 

Spina, Kate Brown, 

Jessica Weed, Ary 

Widiastufy; Row 3: Joelle Worley, Dina Jingoli, Emily Leasure, Leigh McClintock; 

Row 4: Shelby Koons, Erin Smith, Jean Ignatuk, Elizabeth Szczerba, Carrie 

Bucher. 



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Royer 2 South-Row 1: Katherine Lawyer, Sara Schimmer, Jay Hartney, 
Sasha Fureman, Leanne Market, Melissa Reinhart; Row 2: Sandy Rogers, 
Jennifer Kalweit, Heather Ickes, Kristie Kulesa, Kim Munson, Marnelle 
Kinney; Row 3: Susan Tomkosky, Paula Falen, Heather Erney, Lynn Fink, 

Benek; Row 
4: Melanie 
Kofskie, 
Kristin Myer, 
Amber 
Brechbiel, 
Beth Aksin, 
Emily Smith. 





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Royer 3 North-Row 1: Lisa Bonett; Row 2: Jen 
Hanson, Roxanne Leake, Ellen Schwartz, Julie 
Weinig, Angie Vespa; Row 3: Jamie Miller, Andrea 
Thompson, Amanda Scheetz, Lara Burd, Holly 
Schlotterbeck, Christal Ferrance; Row 4: Kelly 
Perrine, Jennifer Watkin, Jesse Goldstein, Amy 
Theodore, Laura Eggers, Lisa Hershberger. 



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Royer 3 South-Row 1: Maggie Lileck, Tabatha Hoyt, 
Crystal Matthews, Tadako Maruyama, Irene Quan, Melissa 
Moore; Row 2: Alycia Laureti, Lindy Faufax, Becky Seifert, 
Nickie Longenecker, Ann Posegate, Kathy Valeo; Row 3: 
Jessica Slocomb, Julie Hertzog, Julie Hollenback, Monica 
Nieuwenhuizen, Tracy Purker; Row 4: Donna Ondik, Caro 

Benalcazar, Martha Helms. 



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What do you think 

will change in 100 

years? 

1. New tiling would 
have been put on the 
floor 

2. The walls will finally 
have been repainted 

3. Elevators will be 
installed 




ampus 
:nior year, 
convenient 
same 



had. 
biggest 



Myer-"I live J in Myer 
for three yea :s before 
moving off c 
during my s 
It was surely 
to live in the 
building as tie cafe 
especially wjen the 
weather was 
Probably the 
change since I lived 
there is the a jdition of 
technology-t amely 
telephone ho 
every room and network 
access k\the internet. You can imagine theychallenges of 
sharing one phone with -L">-.MJ other women. I would 
often go to the BSC and use the pay phone there if I 
wanted to call someone," said Debbie Waltermire. 



2 East-Row 1: Jen Buie, 

Jen Sickmond, Jess 

Simpson, Cheryl 

Patterson, Kristyn 

Marion, Erika Perssoh, 

Kristin Finch, Jennifer 

Barton, Katie Barton; 

Row 2: Claire Fooles, 

Heather Hunsinger, 

Luisa Mescia, Jess 

Robinson, Kim Hartney, Susan Van Gordner, Michiko 

Nishigaki, Casey Kehm, Becky Kriebel, Jen Heisler, Jill 

Barket; Row 3: Andrea Walton, Adrienne Keeney, Nancy 

Uston, Tara Torrillo, Tina Stamoolis, Jess Lenker, Becky 

Gabriel, Lauren Crane, Carolyn Grossnickle, Megan Cliber, 

Sarah Armstrong. 



Myer 1 East-Row1: Tanis Neamand, Becky Nocito; Row 2: 
Kristy Kordich, Becky Hammonds, Melanie Lyttle; Row 3: Hilary 
Kreider, Blythe Hunsinger; Row 4: Sarah Banks, Courtney 

— ^ Koons, Amy 
T » A Schultz; Row 

5: Laura 
Shaffer, Sarah 
Armstrong 




2 West- Row 1: Tracy 
Giani, Melissa Brown, 
Courtney Lake, Courtney 
Heckman, Amy Clifford, 
Jordana Garcia, Chris 
Shedwick; Row 2: 
Kristen Kim, Lori Skibiel, 
Melissa Allen, Lisa Coo- 
per, Jenna Firestone, 
Elizabeth Murphy, 
Latricia Eberly; Row 3: Kara Peters, Jenny Strong, Molly Palik, Julie Haines, Amanda 
Berich, Nikki Barber, Bonnie Sheehan, Vicky Brewer, Valerie Wolfe. 



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3 East--Row 1: Sarah Donovan, Gretchen Coles; Row 2: Tif Danenhower, Sarah 
Wynkoop, Jessie Katzbeck, Christa Deibler; Row 3: Lee Ann Williams, Vistoria Olde, 
Emily Antonie; Row 4: Colleen Womer, Sarah Bradley, Ashley Hendrickson, Sara 
Owens, Jacqueline Michaels; Row 5: Helen Desplanques, Angie Swindell, Lisa 
Burston, Alison Ulmer, Kirsten DeRoche, Mariana Bopp; Row 6: Mandy Buckley, Kelly 

Darrah, Kristina 
Fink, Patty 
Speakman, 
-,^^» JBK ' ?•' Michele Myers, 

Sara Bull, Katy 
Sweeny, Ginette 
Schumacher, 
Jackie Gottsch, 
Ann Neddoff, 
Emily Hahn, 
Danielle Beniato, 
Kati Young, Tara 
Van Etten, Liz 
Penman. 




3 West-Row (right to left) 1: Cathy Schetroma, Melissa Ziegler, Lori Van 
Order, Jessica Bois, Angie Walsh; Row 2: Alison Fitz, Allison Felty, Emily 
Fleagle, Heidi Habegger, Beth Nickle, Katie Deveney, Melanie Seltzer; 
Row 3: Cynthia Biscardi, Jennifer Holbrook, Corrie Dobson, Amanda 
Antonakas, Becky Colpo, Kate Walter, Dana Jefferson, Michelle 
Bahlavooni, Shannon Keene; Row 4: Heather Jacoby, Jennifer Cockerill, 
Lisa Fosnocht, Stephanie Varnold, Jo'e Lynn Lightner, Cecile 
Desplangues. 



120 Residence Life 



What do you think 

will change in 100 

years? 



1 . There will be air 
purifiers in every 
hallway. 

2. It will house more 
recreational activities. 

3. There will be self 
cleaning bathrooms. 




Brinser 1 North-Row 1: Andy Timar, Jeff Bailey, Keith Clark, Andy Rawding, 
Dustin Werdt, Brent Conover, Rafal Subernat; Row 2: Matt Dogg, Ross Unruh, 
Jon Pierce, Mark Sweet, Brian Dunn, Robert Trimble, Justin Edwards, Chaz 

Vennie, Bill 
Rizzo, Joe 
Anzuena, Craig 



Brinser- ".'. lived in 
Brinser dr. ring my 
years at 
Elizabethtbwn. 
Physically, not 
much has rhanged. 
I do remember that 
it didn't hive the 
reputation 

does today.. .Ober had the b ad rep ^/laughed 

Jim Haines. 



1 South-Top Row: 
Conrad Blease; Row 
1: Andy Timar, 
Choppy Iwanowski, 
Eli Vaughan, Jarrett 
Benson, Mike 
Paysdon, Chris 
Smith, Justin 
Smith. 




2 South-Row 1: Chris 

Gottshall, Chris Owsianny, 

Nick McCue, Christopher 

Brandt, Mike Heim, Tadd 

Zettlemoyer; Row 2: Matthew 

Palmer, Dan Bechtold; Row 3: 

Matt Wentling, Mike Massaro, 

Kyle Cooper, Jason Aurand; 

Row 4: Matt Ostrelich, Mathaus Trager, Tim Haak, Nick Hostetter; Row 5: Eric Nussey, 

John Sullivan, Keith Tomaselli; Row 6: Paul Urso, Geoff Strack, Jeff Douglas. 



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B 



2 North-Row 1: Dave Pappentick, Jeff Hall, John Smelter; Row 2: 
Taruan Matthews, Diego Campos; Row 3: Tom Crawford, Brian 
Schmoyer, Brad Paukovits; Row 4: Ryland Mohler, Andy Stankicwitz; Row 

5: Brian 
Holton, 
Ryan 

Damaska; 
Row 6: Tom 
Height, 
Adam 
Dively. 





3 South-Row 1: Bill Carey, Franco Battaglia, Dylan May, 
Brian Polaski, Matt Manlove, Ryan Pugh, Tim Yanmeter, 
Tim Papale, Shawn Price, Jon Fortin, Jay Stasi, Chris 
Romig, Aaron Ingham, Randy Covard, A.J. Beamer; Row 2: 
Allias Voltz, Brian Pittinger, Kevin Hammond, Curt Kodish. 



E 



R 




3 North-Row 1: Kevin Leary, Brian Schuck, Brian 
Rutkowski; Row 2: Eric Mucha, John Paul Mumaw, Paul 
Aloy; Row 3: Andrew Choo, T.J. Andrisano, Richard 
Loney; Row 4: Tim Phelan, Wyeth Raws, Adam Jackson, 
Mike Haldeman, Brent Detamore. 



122 Residence Life 



T.E.A.M 



Together Everyone Achieves More-The purpose of TEAM is to foster interaction between the middle school 
students and the college tutors. This is accomplished by helping to coordinate and supervise an after school 
tutoring program that runs from Monday to Thursday. The program gives the children the opportunity to improve 

school work as 
development of 
ships and posi- 
models. The 
of TEAM include 
Sara 

Heintzelman, 
and Dana 



their 
well as the 
new friend- 
tive role 
memebers 
Jo Eates, 

Kelly Forys, 
Zuchowski. 




s 



ATURDAY'S 
PECIAL 



The Saturday's Special House has five new faces filled with enthusiasm. Saturday's Special involves the Elizabeth- 
town community Children in grades K-3. Each Saturday program focuses around a theme, for example, "Science 
Fun" or "Let it Snow." The activities provide an opportunity for the children to grow both socially and education- 
ally with an emphasis on hands-on-learning and fun. Our motto is "Nurturing seeds into the flowers of tomorrow." 



Members 
Special in- 
Ferguson, 
Kelly 
Z a k , 




I 



of Saturday's 
elude Barbara 
Angela Ladner, 
Rombach, Stacie 
andKelly 
Concannon. 



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Lasting Impacts by Giving to the Hungry Today-The LIGHT house SDLC is committed to increas- 
ing the awareness of the college and Elizabethtown communites about local and world hunger issues. By 
organizing food drives, food baskets, and visiting soup kitchens, we serve the Elizabethtown community. 
LIGHT exercises global awareness by participating in the National 30 Hour Famine, a program that edu- 
cates one by experi- 
encing what it means 
to be hungry first 
hand. It also raises 
money for world 
hunger. Through 
these programs, 
LIGHT hopes to make 
a lasting impact. The 
members of L.I.G.H.T. 
House include Susie 
Beiler, Angela Moyer, 
Jennifer Olmstead, and 
Annick Scillia. 



V- /. 




Q 

x\ House 



Helping 




Hands 



Helping Hands is a 
program run by seniors 
Beth Murphy and Jill 
Hagenbuch and sopho- 
mores Laurie Price and 
Angie Vespa. Helping 
Hands benefits the 
mentally handicapped 
of the community in 
two different ways. 
First, we are involved 
in the Best Buddies, 
which is a national non- 
profit organization that 
matches college stu- 
dents in a one-on-one 
relationship with a 

mentally handicapped citizen in the community. This little act of friendship can mean a lot to 
the citizen and to the college student as well. Helping Hands also works with Special Olym- 
pics, helping them out with practices and tournaments as time permits. 



124 Residence Life 



The Harmony House SDLC brings music to the Elizabethtown community, both on and off campus. 
Programs off-campus traditionally include sing alongs at Manor Care Health Care Services (in conjunc- 
tion with the SHARE house) and the Masonic Homes. The Children's Home of York, Margaret Mull 
House, and the Lancaster AIDS Project are also places where guitars and other instruments bring 
harmony to the surrounding area. On-campus programs include stress relief through jam sessions, 
residence hall relaxation sessions to music, and educational programs about music therapy. Wher- 
ever they go, these four girls aim to enhance people's lives with music and educate others about 
music therapy. Members include Kimberly Fallstich, Christy Hansen, Elizabeth Heetman, and Jennifer 
Lee. 



Harmony House 




K.I.C. 



Kids in the Commu- 
nity-Kids in the Commu- 
nity strives to promote 
campus relations with 
local children. KIC 
strengthens the cohesion 
between Elizabethtown 
students and area kids 
through such programs 
as the Ginger Groff 
Memorial Run/Walk and 
Children's Fun Run, 
clothing drives for the 
Bethesda Mission, a 

charity pancake breakfast, and an innovative elementary school pen pal program. Membe 
include Jess Smith, Ashleigh Harclerode, Gretchen Schmidt, and Amy Shellhammer 



rs of K.I.C. 



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Ohm 

Sweet 

Ohm 



Ohn Sweet Ohm is an 
SDLC dedicated to 

fostering the knowledge and use of current computer technologies for Elizabethtown College 
and the surrounding community. The members of Ohm Sweet Ohm provide both technical 
support and student/faculty workshops covering a variety of topics, including computer appli- 
cations, networking, and World Wide Web page design. Members include Daniel Hicks, Chris 
Ghiorzi, Jason Gardner, and Mark Powell.; 



T.I.E. 



Teens in Elizabethtonwn- 
This dynamic group is 
commited to helping the 
local teens in various 
community related activi- 
ties and providing help for 
those in need. The mem- 
bers include John Graf, 
Scott Winter, Ryan Unger, 
Keith Pfeil, Justin Fisher, 
Aron Groff, and Brad 
Small. 




Students Helping to Advance Relations with the Elderly-The SDLC SHARE works with the 
elderly at Manor Care Health Services of Elizabethtown. SHARE provides monthly programs for the 
elderly residents to provide them with entertainment and friendship. Programs are organized around 
a theme, usually in connection with the season or holiday. Some popular programs include: games, 
crafts, and bingo. Other programs that we coordinated include: "Back to School," "Spelling Bee," 
"Autumn Social," "Olympic Games," "Makeover Day," and "Spring Dance." Members include Ann 
Hunyh, Mandy Moyer, Sara Rice, and Jessica Singley. 



126 Faculty 




"Will that be 8:00 



a.m. or 



1:30 p.m.?' 



Faculty 
and Staff 

The faculty and staff of 
Elizabethtown College 

make it their personal 
mission to serve the 
Elizabethtown students 
each and every day. 
Professors are available at 
any time for students, many 
offering students the chance 
to call them at their home. 
E-mail has made it much 
easier to correspond with 
professors, administrators 
and staff at any hour of the 
day. E-town students are 
privileged to have the 
opportunity to be educated 
by such an outstanding 
group of people. 



These students are hard at 
work on a project given by a 
very demanding professor. 




This student explores in nature 
what she is learning in Living 
In The Environment. 



128 Faculty 




129 





I 



k. 




Admissions Row 1: Teresa 
Hoffman, Robin Holmes, Amy 
Hagemann. Row 2: Kent 
Barnds, Debra Humphreys, Mark 
Clapper, Matthew Broscious. 






s 





Alumni Relations Jerald L. Garland, Bridey Orth, Allison 
Fitz, Trish Rowles. 




Campus Security 

Ryan Valentine, 
Virginia Althoff, 
Cyndi Young, Gloria 
Burke, Jill Petronio. 



Business Office Row 1: 

Michael Coyne, Brenda Landvlater, 
Layla Olnick, Maria Horner. 
Nancy Kauffman. Row 2: Tana 
Parrett, Diana Heeren, Malcolip 
Jackson. 



Dining Services The many dedicated 
people that serve our campus their 
daily nutrition every day. 



Counseling Services Brenda 
Brandt, Beverly Piscitelli, 
Andy Sagar, Cindy Wilhelm- 
Ernharth, Donna Gerhart. 




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132 Faculty 



Duplicating Mary 
Ann Killian. Kara 
Peters, Barb 
Schwanger. 




Health Center 

Row 1: Sandy 
Spayd, Doris Miller, 
Jeanette Ruth. Row 
2: KathyZubik, 
Eileen Halter. 



Financial Aid Row 1: 

Pat Rathsam, Sally 
Lindsey. Row 2: Ken 
Brown, Elizabeth 
McCloud, M. Clarke 
Paine. 



Learning Center Staff 

Row 1: Dana Zuchowski, 
Kerry O'Brien. Row 2: 
Diane DeArment, Pete 
Shelly, Shirley Deichert. 





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Development Row 1: Ellen 
Simpson, Georgeann Tynyk. 
Carol Garner, Mattia Guinivan, 
Sally Shaneor, Carol Lindsey. 
Row 2: Dan Helwig, Barry 
Freidly, J. Mark Bushong, Joan 
Kuhn, Mike Pressimone, Patrick 
Hall. 





Human Resources Row 1: Laureen Lee. Diana Miller. 
Row 2: Brenda Spiker, Nancy Florey, Dee Mertz. 



Information and Technology Services (ITS) Row 1: 
Nevin Garner, Karen Carlson, Denise Shaiebly. Row 2: 
Dorothy Troutmen, Bob Kennedy, John Marisic. 



1 34 Faculty 




Marketing & Public Affairs 

Doris McBeth. Loris Heir. 



Jay's Nest Staff Eric Turzai 
Barb Strickler, Mary Lou 
Sipe, Michelle Shirk. 



Residence Life Row 1: 

Dawn WeakJey, Laura 
Owens, Angela Bentz, 
Dawn Jeziorski. Row 2: 
James Hilton, Mickey 
Baines, Sandra Turpin, 
Robert Mikus, Debra 
Early. 



Office of the Teasurer 

Rosemary Lippert, John 
Shaeffer. 




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Registration and Records 

Martha Eppley, Deb Weachter, 
Gladys Montgomery, Debra 
Althoff. Gloria Hess. 







V ' 





Mailroom Staff Kathlene Wungirt, Carol Humphreys. 




Department of 
Communications Row 1: 

Hans-Erik Wennberg, Donald 
Smith. Row 2: Gene Ellis, 
Tamara Gillis, Robert Moore, 
Thomas Shaker. 



Department of Business 

Row 1: Hugh Evans, George 
Gliptis, Carroll Kreider. Row 
2: Victor Massad, Jay 
Buffenmyer, Maurice Hoppie, 
Randolph Trostle, Donald 
Muston, Richard Gifford, 
Thomas Vermeer. 



137 




Department of Education Row 

1: Carroll Tyminski, Paula 
Boothby, Juan Toro. Row 2: 
Terry Blue, Richard Chilcoat, 
Richard O'Grady, Kimberly 
Reese. 




Department of 
Chemistry Row 1: 
Charles Shaeffer, 
Raymond Reeder, 
Edward Neth, 
Geraldine Wolverton. 
Row 2: Thomas 
Hagan, John Ranck, 
Jack Hedrick. 




Department of Fine 
& Performing Arts 

Row 1: Stephanie 
Sands, Debra 
Ronning. Row 2: 
Milt Friedly, Louise 
Schellenberg, John 
Harrison, Barry Fritz. 
Row 3: Jim Haines, 
Kimberly Reese, Gene 
Ann Behrens, Kirk- 
Evan Billet. 



138 Faculty 










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Department of 


Philosophy Gabriel 
Ricci, Anthony 
Matteo. 



Department of Physics 

Row 1: Davis Ferruzza, 
Mark Stuckey, John 
Ranck. Row 2: Thomas 
Salem, Michael Scanlin, 
Nathaniel Hager III. 



Department of 
Mathematics Ronald 
Shubert, Richard 
Chilcoat, Bobette 
Thorsen. James 
Hughes, Ernest 
Blaisdell, Gabriela 
Sanchis, Robert Morse. 












Department of 
Physical Education 

Row 1: Yonnie 
Kauffman, Nancy 
Latimore. Row 2: 
Chris Straub, Joe 
Whitmore, Jr., Bob 
Schlosser. 




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Department of Occupational 
Therapy Donna Berry. Debbie 
Waltermire, Jacqueline Jones, 
Nancy Carlson. Angela Salvadia, 
Catherine Clark. Karen Bentzel. 







& 




i 




Department of Political Science Row 1: Beverly Metcalfe. 
Cynthia Beyerlein. Row 2: Wesley McDonald. Wayne 
Selcher, Paul Gottfried. 



Department of Social Work Row 1: Vivian Bergel, Anna 
Moore. Row 2: Sonya West, Margaret McFarland, Thomas 
Bowersox. 



140 Sports 




&Li- M j 



"Go Blue Jays!!' 



Sports 



Concentration and 
determination allow Rachel 
Chieppa to place the ball in the 
net. 





From the court to the 
field, every time 

Elizabethtown students step 
onto their playing ground, 
they are on a mission to 
compete in the 

Elizabethtown tradition of 
excellence. Every sport, 
intramural and club team 
deserve to be congratulated 
for a job well done this 
year. Elizabethtown is 
proud of their teams and the 
goals and accomplishments 
all have reached this year. 





Defense steps up to take on 
Moravian's offense. 



141 




Anne Carlino takes control of 
the ball. 

With an open man down Hold. 
Sam Altdoerffer prepares to 
pass the ball. 



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Sports 



Cross Country 



Taking it to the Next Level 



Elizabethtown's cross country 
team, the harriers, made this season one 
worth remembering. Both the men and 
women's teams gave some powerful per- 
formances throughout the season, thanks to 
a lot of hard work, sweat and the coaching 
techniques of new Head Coach, Chris 
Straub. The team faced injuries and stiff 
competition, but they were unwavering 
and determined. 

On the women's team, senior Jen- 
nifer Olmstead worked hard to make the 
most of her final cross country season. She 
shined at the MAC's, finishing eighth and 
winning the title of an all-conference run- 
ner. Also, juniors Gretchen Junko, Allison 
Felty, and Lori Van Order had great show- 
ings throughout the season. The team can 
look forward to continued success with the 
talent of its younger runners as well. To 
end their noteworthy season, the women 



Row 1: Kathy Valeo, 
Colin Foran, Kristin 
Atkinson. Row 2: Coach 
Chris Straub, Lori Van Or- 
der, Michelle Hansen, 
Larry Bullock, Melissa, 
Brendon Weaver, 

Gretchen Junko, Coach 
Mike Dager. Row 3: 
Janet Lalino, Jennifer 
Olmstead. Row 4: 

Steven Borst, Craig Oa- 
kum. Row 5: Jeff 
Harman, Royn Belek. 
Allison Felty, Tony 
Alicea. Row 6: Jon 
O'Donnell, Chris Gabriel. 



placed an impressive sixth at the MAC 
Championships and then 18th at the NCAA 
Regionals. 

The men's season was also one of 
great improvement. Freshman Colin Foran 
had a remarkable first season with the 
harriers, and veterans, such as juniors 
Steve Borst, Jon O'Donnell, and Chris 
Gabriel gave faithful performances. Junior 
Larry Bullock and Sophomore Jeff 
Harmon also had stand-out performances 
that helped boost the men's record. At the 
MAC's, the men earned a spectacular 
fourth, and they placed 24th at the NCAA 
Regionals. 

The cross country team worked to 
hone their running techniques and skills, 
and it paid off in a big way. They earned 
an outstanding record and had an amazing 
season. -Mandy Buckley 






Cross Country 



143 



Gretchen Schmidt, Jen Olmstead and Lori 
Van Order display a sign of the friend- 
ships that have been built among the cross 
country team. 



Members of the girls cross country team 
display what propels them to victory. 





At the start of this race, Colin Foran, 
Jeff Harmon and Larry Bullock pace 
themselves so they are able to have an- 
other strong finish. 



Us 


MEN'S 


Them 


25 


Susquehanna 


30 


16 


Dickinson 


47 


16 


Dickinson 


43 


20 


Messiah 
WOMEN'S 


41 


32 


Susquehanna 


23 


15 


Dickinson 


49 


15 


Dickinson 


50 


16 


Messiah 


47 



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Sports 



Row 1: Lynmarie Schroeder, Denise Heller. Row 2: Kristy Nowell, Beth Purcell, 
Liz White, Tiffany Meusel, Anne Carlino, Melissa Mayette, Mando Ewing. Row 3: 
Mary Elizabeth Regan, Emily Pitzer, Tara Torrillo, Patricia Speakman, Nancy Uston, 
Ally Zuber, Danielle Seibert. Row 4: Assistant Coach, Coach Yvonne Kauffman, 
Mandy Riley, Kate Van Valkenburgh, Gretchen Strunk, Stephanie Swam. 




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FIELD HOCKEY 



Blue Jays Record 400th Win 



Under the leadership of Coach 
Yvonne Kauffman, who returned this 
year for her 3 1st year, and senior co- 
captains Denise Heller and Lynmarie 
Schroeder, this year's field hockey 
team had great season. 

This year Etown field hockey was 
counting on the depth of the team to 
provide some excitement on the 
field. Many young players on the 
team stepped up to play big roles in 
both the teams offense and defense. 
The teams mission was to improve 
upon past years' performances, and 
improve they did. 

With a victory over Franklin and 
Marshall, the 1998 field hockey 
team recorded its 400th win, of 



which 316 belong to coach Yvonne 
Kauffman. The team struggled in 
the beginning with tough matches 
against Shippensburg, Swathmore 
and other big name MAC schools. 
However, the team pulled together 
and gave a total team effort to record 
this momentous win. With their 
fight against rival Messiah, this team 
proved they could compete with any- 
one. 

With an exciting win over Villa 
Julie and a stellar performance by 
senior Denise Heller, the team 
reached the .500 mark. The Blue 
Jays ended the season with a win- 
ning record and look forward to the 
bright 1999 season ahead. 






Field Hockey 



145 



Forming 


a defensive front, the J 


ays pro- 


tect their 


goal from the oncoming offense. 


Us 




Them 


2 


Shippensburg (OT) 


3 


3 


Delaware Valley 








Swathmore 


4 





Juniata 


7 


6 


Bridgewater 


2 


1 


Scranton 


3 





Messiah 


1 


2 


F&M 


1 


3 


Villa Julie 


2 





Lebanon Valley 


6 


5 


Goucher 


1 


5 


Albright 








Susquehanna 


4 


9 


Western Maryland 





1 


York 


3 


2 


Moravian (OT) 


1 


7 


Widener 


1 


3 


Dickinson 


2 


1 


Wilkes 


4 




Tiffany Meusel focuses on the ball, at- The Blue JayS5 i 00 king for another win, 

tempting to reach it before her opponent. storm Moravian's goal. 



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Us 




Them 


1 


F & M (OT) 





2 


Greensboro (OT) 


3 


2 


Roanoke (OT) 


3 


1 


Eastern Mennonite 


3 


3 


Concordia (MN) 





2 


Muhlenberg (OT) 


1 


2 


Widener 





6 


Lebanon Valley 





4 


Scranton 





7 


Albright 


1 


2 


Drew 


1 


2 


Wesley 





10 


Susquehanna 


1 





Coll. of N.J. (OT) 


1 


3 


Dickinson 





6 


Moravian 








Messiah 


1 


3 


Juniata 





5 


Eastern 





1 


Drew (OT) 


2 



7 






Dan Harris heads the ball, struggling to 
keep the ball in the Jay's possession. 





Looking for an open player, Joe Franc- 
guides the ball down the field. 



Chris Helsel attempts a break away for 
the ball while holding back oncoming at- 
tackers. 




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Row 1: Bryan Hoy, Adam Dively, Drew Timey, Sam Altdoerffer, Dominie Marano, Chris 
Helsel, Ric Petrosky, Tim Oswald, Chas Vennie. Row 2: Jon Khanlian, Wyeth Raws, Brian 
Holton, Breiven Montero, Dave Christian, Brian McKinney, Jon Pierce, Dan Harris. Row 3: 
Chris Hepler, Coach Mark Brown. Joe Franc, Kevin Hain, Mark Merrill, Mike Chambers, 
Andrew Otterson, Dave Reinhart, Ben Scholl, Coach Skip Roderick, Doug Timm. 




Men's Soccer 



Tough End to an Outstanding Season 



The 1998 Men's soccer team be- 
gan the season seeking stability and a 
solid start. They began with a win 
over F & M, allowing them to retain 
the coveted Smith-Herr Bronze Boot. 

The booters chased after the elu- 
sive 600th win for a few games, but 
reached the record and will be an- 
other Blue Jay team to be entered into 
the record books. The Jays then went 
on a 9 game winning streak after 
having a rather rocky start to the 
season. A key game for the Jays was 
an overtime win over Muhlenberg, 
which boosted the confidence of the 
whole team. This streak came to a 
tough end with an overtime loss to 
the College of New Jersey. 

However, the teams' spirits were 



not dampened and they came back to 
beat the nationally ranked team from 
Dickinson and won 11 of 12 games 
to guarantee themselves a berth into 
the MAC playoffs. Then came the 
infamous game against Messiah. As 
always, it was an exciting game 
filled with the 'sticky' fan rivalry 
between these two squads. The Fal- 
cons came out on top and the Jays 
knew they would have a long MAC 
playoff road ahead. 

The Jays season came to an early 
end with an overtime loss to Drew in 
the first round of the MAC playoffs. 
With records of 13-2 in their region 
and 6-1 in the MAC's, this team 
made Etown proud and will look to 
succeed again next year. 



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Christina Callahan, backed by her team- 
mates, makes a break downfield. 



Kristy Wade, facing a little one-on-one 
contest, attempts to bypass her opponent 




Tanis Neamand endeavors to recover the 
ball with some skillful footwork. 



Us 




Them 


8 


Dickinson 


2 


4 
3 


Randolph-Macon 
Nazareth 




4 


4 


F&M 








Scranton 


1 


8 
2 


Susquehanna 
Elmira 



3 




9 
1 
5 
5 


Mary Washington 

Gettysburg (OT) 

Labanon Valley 

Messiah (OT) 

Albright 

Widener 


3 
1 

1 


1 



10 


Berry College 
Juniata 


2 



1 


Richard Stockton 


4 


3 


Moravian 


1 





Coll. of N.J. 


3 


1 


Drew 





3 

1 


Johns Hopkins 
Coll. of N.J. 


1 
4 




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Women's Socce 



A Repeat Season 

The 1998 Women's Blue Jay soc- 
cer team would be defending the 
MAC Commonwealth Title this sea- 
son. Under head coach Barry 
Dohner, the hooters began the season 
with a strong win over Dickinson. 
This year's team would be under the 
guidance of senior co-captains Becky 
Nocito and Tanis Neamand and 
would face one of the toughest sched- 
ules in Division III, meeting six na- 
tionally ranked opponents. 

Wins against Randolph-Macon and 
Franklin and Marshall proved to be 
boosters for the team. In the teams 
first MAC conference game against 
Susquehanna, the team pulled off a 
big win and provided a stellar perfor- 
mance. The team would end the 



for the MAC Champions 

season 6-0-1 overall in the MAC con- 
ference and an MAC Championship 
to boast a second straight year in a 
row. They also gained a consecutive 
invitation to the NCAA tournament. 

The road to the Final Four began 
with a match against Johns Hopkins in 
the first round. The Jays would domi- 
nate the game and go away with a 3-1 
win and a second round matchup 
against the College of New Jersey. 
Entering the rematch between these 
two teams, the College of NJ was 
ranked fifth in the nation and had 
beaten the Jays 3-0 in the regular 
season. The Lions proved to be too 
strong for our Blue and Grey and 
ended the Jays bid for a Final Four 
berth. 




Row 1: Tanis Neamand, Katie Bieak, Meredith Price, Denise Gordon, Rachel Leutke, 
Diane Fisher, Christy Callahan, Dina Jingoli, Nicole Hundley, Jen Helsel. Row 2: Lisa 
Blanker, Angela Krivonak, Danielle Scarpati, Becky Nocito, Meredith Uber. Andrea 
Thompson. Suzy Uber, Kristy Wade, Kristen Finch, Melissa Mattox, Anna Daciw, Bethann 
Rumpp. Row 4: Coach Barry Dohner, Coach John Abe, Coach John Kluba. 



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Women's Tennis 



A Positive Attitude Goes A Long Way 



The women's tennis team 
this year had high hopes going 
into the tennis season. Despite 
their hard work and determina- 
tion, the Netters had a disap- 
pointing 1-11 record. How- 
ever, they did not throw down 
their rackets in dismay. They 
persevered through the season, 
remaining positive and upbeat. 

Seniors Denise Costenbader 
(captain) and Jessica Orlosky, 
playing in their final season of 
tennis, both had the opportunity 
to go to the MAC Champion- 
ship. Costenbader and sopho- 



more Jen Smith played in doubles 
competition and hung in until 
quarterfinals. Orlosky and junior 
Heidi Habegger also represented 
Elizabethtown in the MAC's 
doubles play. Also, sophomore 
Laurie Price also had an impressive 
season, while freshman Melissa 
Muller represented the Blue Jays in 
singles competition at the MAC's 
as well. 

Overall, the team may not have 
come out with a winning record, 
but they had fun. This is what they 
will remember long after the indi- 
vidual match scores have been for- 
gotten. - Mandy Buckley 




Front Row: Vicky Olde. Erin O'Conner, Denise Costenbader, Melissa Muller. Back 
Row: Coach Kathy Montgomery, Lee Ann Williams, Jessica Orlosky, Laurie Price, 
Heidi Habeggar, Jen Smith, Natalie Stokem. 




Women's Tennis 



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As she prepared for her next match, Natalie 
Stokem practices her forehand swing. 



Denise Costenbader shows excellent form 
in her follow through swing. 




mmm mm 




Erin O'Connor, Vicky Olde, and LeeAnn 
Williams exemplify the camaraderie that 
develops during the tennis season. 



Us 




Them 


1 


Drew 


8 


1 


Scranton 


8 


4 


King's 


5 


3 


Messiah 


6 


2 


Widener 


7 


2 


Juniata 


7 





Shippensburg 


9 


2 


Lebanon Valley 


6 





Lycoming 


9 


6 


Albright 


3 


2 


Susquehanna 


7 





Moravian 


9 



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Front Row: Kim Mulderig. Kelly Montgomery, Lori Lisiecki, Kristen Maguire, Anne 
Kephart, Laura Vickers. Back Row: Coach Brett Hoffman, Becky Walker. Sarah 
Zampitella, Patti Criscuolo, Gabriella Clarke, Sarah Klunk, Kate Maynard, Coach Lamar 
Fahnestock, Coach Bill Helm. 




Volleyball 



Hebuilding Season for Jays 



For this year's Blue Jay volley- 
ball team, the 1998 season looked 
to be a rebuilding one, with seven 
freshman entering the lineup. Se- 
nior captain Kristen Maguire led 
the team under the guidance of 
coach Bill Helm. This team was 
looking to play together as one 
complete team. 

The team's first win cam 
against Lebanon Valley and was a 
turn around for the team. Sopho- 
more Gab Clarke and freshman 
Sarah Klunk stepped up their 
game as did other underclassman. 
Maguire said the team played well 
together, even if the record didn't 
show it. The Jays were looking 



towards the MAC invitational, but 
their playoff hopes slipped away as 
the team won over Goldey Beacom 
College but then lost to Moravian. 
A shining star on this team was 
senior Kristen Maguire. Against 
Widener, Maguire set a program 
record with 65 assists in a Blue Jay 
victory. Maguire ends her career at 
E-town 2nd among E-town's all- 
time assist leaders. Next year's 
team will miss her, but will have 
experience on their side. The 1999 
season looks brighter for this Blue 
Jay team as the underclassman 
gain a year of experience and hope 
to be a powerhouse to be reckon 
with next year. 




fl 




Western Maryland 3 

Dickinson 

Richard Stockton 1 

Scranton 3 

Gettysburg 3 

Lebanon Valley 

Allentown 3 

Bible Baptist 3 

Wilkes 

Albright 

Rutgers-Newark 3 

Dickinson 1 

Mary Washington 3 

Marymount 3 

Juniata 3 

NJIT 

SUNY - New Paltz 3 

Marymount 3 

ALIentown 2 

Susquehanna 3 

Delaware Valley 3 

Messiah 3 

Goldey Beacom 

Moravian 3 

Beaver 

Rutgers-Newark 3 

Neuman 3 

Widner 2 

F&M 3 

Salisbury 3 

Eastern Mennonite 3 

Goucher 3 



Anne Kephart sets herself to pass the ball 
and set up another outstanding play. 




Laura Vickers sends an overhand serve 
across the net for another ace on the day. 



The Jays send another opponent diving to 
return a killer spike. 






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Us 


Them 


76 


Dickinson 


59 


69 


Wilkes 


87 


72 


Delaware Valley 


71 


81 


Eastern Menn. 


68 


80 


Messiah 


74 


99 


Susquehanna 


77 


73 


Widener 


60 


67 


Gettysburg 


65 


70 


Dickinson 


62 


65 


Lycoming 


83 


61 


Lebanon Valley 


68 


85 


Albright 


74 


84 


Juniata 


65 


72 


Moravian 


89 


64 


Messiah 


56 


73 


Susquehanna 


105 


70 


Widener 


73 


78 


Scranton 


84 


78 


Alveria 


87 


67 


Lebanon Valley 


84 


72 


Albright 


66 


86 


Juniata 


65 


71 


Moravian 


58 


80 


FDU - Madison 


60 


56 


Wilkes 


69 



Mark Sweet looks for the pass underneath 
the basket. A short shot is always the way 
to go. 





A.J. Beamer defends his opponent while 
trying to miss a pick by the offense. 



Kevin Cristofoletti puts up a lay-up to add 
to his point total for the day. 







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Row 1: Dustin Werdt, Brian Schmoyer, A.J. Beamer, Adam Weber, Rocky Parise, Corey 
Stitzel. Row 2: Brad Karli, Bob Porambo, Chris Sattele, Ryan Renfrow, Kevin 
Cristofoletti, Ross Unruh, Andy Burkholder. Row 3: Coach Bob Schlosser, Ben Kistler, 
Mark Sweet, Matt Nikoloff, Barry Acker. 





Men's Basketball 



Entering the 1998-1999 season, 
the Elizabethtown Blue Jay men's 
basketball team was not expected to 
be a powerhouse to be reckon with. 
However, under the strong leader- 
ship of senior co-captains Adam We- 
ber and A.J. Beamer, this team 
proved all of the critics wrong. 

The team rose to 11-3 overall and 
7-1 in MAC Commonwealth and 
proved to be on top of their game. A 
key to the success of the team was 
free throw shooting. This element 
of the game is often overlooked but 
has been a proven skill that has 
benefitted this team time and time 
again. 



Jay's Shock Their Critics 

With a regular season ending win 
over Moravian, the Jay's secured a 
home playoff game in the first round 
of the MAC's. The Jay's hosted and 
defeated FDU-Madison by a score of 
80-60. With many starting players 
on the bench due to foul trouble, the 
Jay's bench stepped up their game to 
pull the team through. Next up was a 
semifinal match-up against Wilkes. 
This game did not prove to be as 
fruitful as the first and the Jay's 
suffered a season ending 69-56 loss. 

Overall this Blue Jay team 
shocked the rest of the MAC with 
their solid play and finished a re- 
spectable 16-10 on the season. 



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Sports 



Jen Still forces her opponent to pass the Allison Lucey hustles after a great play 

ball around her. *« be ready for defense. 




Carmen Chiles rebounds the ball quickly 
and passes to her outlet to begin the Jay's 
fast break. 



Us 




Them 


65 


Maryville 


51 


62 


King's 


60 


72 


Man/mount 


81 


75 


Messiah 


62 


82 


Susquehanna 


68 


76 


Goucher 


55 


89 


Widener 


75 


74 


Lycoming 


48 


71 


Whittier 


48 


64 


Vassar 


48 


78 


Lebanon Valley 


51 


77 


Albright 


59 


74 


F&M 


48 


73 


Juniata 


57 


75 


Moravian 


59 


76 


Messiah 


70 


67 


Susquehanna 


61 


81 


Widener 


65 


58 


Scranton 


70 


73 


Lebanon Valley 


52 


68 


Western Maryland 


49 


85 


Albright 


46 


73 


Juniata 


40 


73 


Moravian 


53 


86 


Delaware Valley 


66 


76 


Kings 


66 


60 


Scranton 


81 


77 


Johns Hopkins 


53 


70 


New York U. 


87 




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omen's Basketbal 



A Sweet Season tor the Lady Jay's 



The 1999 Women's Blue Jay Bas- 
ketball Team began this season look- 
ing for an MAC Championship and a 
national tournament selection berth. 
That is just what they got. 

During the season many records 
were broken. Kim Boback became 
the 18th player in program history 
with 1,000 career points. Shauntae 
Stancil was the next Blue Jay to 
reach 1,000 points just one day later. 
Then, in Thompson Gymnasium 
against Western Maryland, the Jay's 
earned their 800th victory in pro- 
gram history. They were the first 
team in NCAA history to reach this 
plateau. Of these 800 wins, 523 
belong to coach Yvonne Kauffman. 
This win also improved the squads 
record to 19-2 for the season. 



In the Middle Atlantic Conference 
Playoffs, the Blue Jay's romped 
Delaware Valley 86-66 with senior 
Kim Boback posting a double- 
double. Next came King's, which 
proved to be another easy win for the 
Jay's 76-66. Senior Allison Lucey 
used a 4 assist contribution to enter 
the Jay's 500 assist club. 

The game the team had been wait- 
ing for was finally here, a re-match 
against Scranton. The team did not 
fair as well but still received an 
invitation to the NCAA tournament. 
The team made it to the Sweet 16 
where they were halted by New York 
University. The Jay's wrapped up 
the season 25-4, the programs high- 
est win total since 1989, their last 
sweet 16 appearance. 




Row 1: Kim Boback, Allison Lucey, Shauntae Stancil. Row 2: Joe Walker, Jamie Porter, 
Brianne Hotter, Jamie Kudel, Andrea Thompson, Stephanie Scinto, Coach Yvonne 
Kauffman. Row 3: Edward Olden, Michelle Snavely, Abbie Fabian, Carmen Chiles, Jen 
Still, Jesse Goldstein, Mickey Baines. 



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Sports 



Swimming 



Another Championship Season for Women 



Both the Men's and Women's 
Blue Jay swimming teams were led 
by strong leadership this season. 
The men were led by junior Brian 
Polaski and Senior Brian Serapiglia. 
Hard work and dedication were the 
key to the men's strong start. The 
team found themselves seventh in 
the MAC's, with only one gold 
medal brought back to E-Town. 
That was earned by freshman 
phenom Paul Contino. The team is 
only losing senior Brian Serapiglia 
and is looking forward to next sea- 
son. This team will be a force to be 
reckon with in the MAC's. 

The women's swim team was led 
by 3 time All American Jackie 
Zimmerman and MAC Champ 
Kathy Weldin. After a rocky start 



losing 2 of their first 3, the team 
silenced all of their critics by win- 
ning the next 14 matches. The team 
ended 15-2 for the season and won 
the MAC Championship. This was 
the team's second straight triumph; 
only the fourth in program history to 
win back to back championship. 

The Jays swept all 5 relay events 
and end the season with a perfect 
record; not one single loss in any 
relay event. Many women swim- 
mers came back with multiple golds. 
Sophomore Lindsay Texter and Se- 
nior Jackie Zimmerman each fin- 
ished with 6 golds, while freshman 
Heidi Yoder and sophomore Brooke 
Knepper finished with 5 apiece. 

Great job to both swimming teams 
for a great season! 




Row 1: Kara Murphy, Ashley Henrickson, Brooke Knepper, Laura Barnes, Rachel Why, 
Christina Connors, Sarah Bradely, Jennifer Lia, Lindsay Texter. Row 2: Sarah Klaiber, 
Lori DiPippa, Rebecca Gabriel, Emily Hahn, Heidi Yoder, Caitlin Green, Jackie 
Zimmerman, Kathy Weldin, Lauren Thomson. Row 3: Coach Mike Guinivan, Andrew 
Rayvding, Matt Ostrelich, Paul Contino, Jon Fotin, Brian Polaski. Brian Serapiglia, Michael 
Hyde, Joseph Rupp. 





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Jennifer Lia, Lindsay Texter and Beck 
Gabriel prepare themselves for another 
heated race. 



Becky Gabriel gives it all she has to beat 
her opponent to the finish line to gain an- 
other win for her team. 





Joe Rupp skillfully powers himself to 
another outstanding finish. 



Women 




Men 


L 


Dickinson 


L 


W 


Juniata 


- 


L 


Millersville 


- 


W 


Wash. & Jeff. 


W 


W 


Penn State - Alt. 


W 


w 


Albright 


L ' 


w 


Lebanon Valley 


W 


w 


Lycoming 


L 


w 


Western Maryland 


L 


w 


Washington 


L 


w 


F&M 


L 


w 


Kings 


W 


w 


FDU-Madison 


W 


w 


Drew 


L 


w 


Susquehanna 


L 


w 


Scranton 


L 


w 


Widener 


L 


1st 


MAC Champ. 


2nd 


1st 


MAC Champ. 


6th 


1st 


MAC Champ. 


7th 



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Row 1 : Sam Lannigan, Chris Jordan, Mike King, Bill Van Winkle, Rick 
Buchwald, Ben Chappell, Chris Smith. Row 2: Coach Tom Barley, Mike 
Fierro, Justin Smith, Eric Snavely, Ryan Sellars, Brian Servetnick, Josh Boyer, 
Dan Bechtold, Art Mattes, Eric Dusko, Jason Aurand, Coach Steve Capoferri. 




Wrestling 



The 1999 Blue Jay wrestling squad 
expected great things this year. 
With all 4 of last years representa- 
tives at the NCAA Division III 
National Tournament returning, this 
team has the skill and power to do 
great things. 

The team began the season with a 
second place showing at the Mes- 
siah tournament. A sudden loss to 
Delaware Valley disappointed the 
team, but did not discourage them. 
The next time out, the team finished 
in first place in the 1999 Virginia 
Small College Duals. Sophomore 
Bill Van Winkle, Jason Aurand, 
Josh Boyer and Dan Bechtold all 
dominated the field and proved to 



Match This 

be a strong base for the team. 
Even though the team pulled out strong 
finishes in these tournaments, the 
emotions could not carry over to lift 
them over tough MAC opponents in the 
big matches. The team finished fourth 
in he MAC Championships. Sopho- 
more Ryan Sellars was the only Blue 
Jay to advance to championship finals. 
He fell in a close 3-1 decision and 
finished second in the tourney. 
This years squad was talented, but was 
plagued with injury and holes in the 
line-up. The Jays look forward to a 
strong next season, losing only Rick 
Buchwald and Mike King. Come 
October, this team should be ready to 

rock n' roll. 





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Us 




Them 


2nd 


Messiah Inv. 


7 


22 


Gettysburg 


18 


13 


Delaware Valley 


21 


31 


Albright 


13 


33 


York 


17 


3rd 


Leb. Val. Toum. 


19 


4 


Lycoming 


32 


18 


Heidelberg 


28 


16 


Williams 


19 


3 


Buena Vista 


38 


39 


Oswego 


9 


34 


Johnson & Wales 


7 


39 


Eau Claire 


9 


41 


Gettysburg 


5 


23 


UNC -Pembroke 


15 


29 


Longwood 


15 


20 


Duquesne 


26 


23 


Millersville 


19 


12 


Messiah 


34 


22 


Kutztown 


15 


12 


King's 


27 


36 


Lebanon Valley 


15 


34 


Western Maryland 


15 


36 


Scranton 


15 


4th 


MAC Champ. 


8 



Sweat and determination are the keys to 
success in this sport. 




m2» 1 



: wrestler is going after his opponents Practice, practice and more practice is the 
perhaps for a take down. only way to succeed in such a physical 

sport. 



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Us 




Them 


12 


Baruch 


2 


6 


Swalhmore 


2 


6 


Wesley 


5 


1 


Case Western 


2 


13 


Rochester 


11 


13 


Waynesburg 


3 


B 


Swathmore 


11 


5 


St. Joseph's 





8 


John Hopkins 


1 


4 


Wesley 





3 


Moravian 


1 


3 


Moravian 


4 


7 


Marywood 


1 


19 


F&M 


10 


7 


Messiah 


5 


1 


Messiah 





3 


Millersville 


16 


10 


Dickinson 


4 


5 


Susquehanna 


4 


5 


Susquehanna 


3 


2 


Ursinus 


6 


5 


Delaware Valley 


6 


3 


York 


11 


17 


Albright 


1 


6 


Albright 


1 


2 


Johns Hopkins 


3 


5 


Lebanon Valley 





6 


Lebanon Valley 


2 


7 


Mary Washington 


6 


S 


Juniata 


3 


4 


Juniata 


2 


12 


Scranton 


11 


2 


Widener 


4 


7 


Widener 


4 


2 


FDU-Madison 


1 


9 


Drew 


5 


4 


Widener 


14 


1 


Widener 


11 



Nolan Cassell reaches for the ball at first 
to complete the play himself. 





Chris Romig takes one deep 
against Albright. 



Scott Weigle prepares to deliver yet an- 
other rocket past the batter. 





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163 



Row 1: Kyle Wagner, Keith Paukovits, Brad Karli. Nolan Cassell. Mike McCaulay. Row 2: 
Coach Gary Pritchard. Chris Turtell, Derek Lobb, Kian Sheppard, Jamie Newton. Chris Romig. 
Scott Weigle. Row 3: Jay Stasi, Paul Aloy, Jared Ness, Shawn Price. Ryan Bowe, Ken Glass. 
Row 4: Bryan Pittinger, Kevin Bonner, Steve Shayter, John Balay, Tim Downing. Row 5: Joe 
Adams. Buddy Touchinsky. Tyler Comp. Peter Gonzalez. Derek Aasan. 





Baseball 



A Strong Season for the Jays 



The Blue Jay batters started off their 
season on the right foot with 10 games 
played in Florida's Cocoa Expo and 
eight wins under their belt. With this 
strong beginning, many knew the Blue 
Jays had a legitimate shot at the MAC 
title for the second time in three years. 
Mid-season at 16-7, the Jays lost three 
games in a row, but they regrouped 
quickly, knowing that winning would be 
the only way to get them to their goal. 
To regain their winning streak, the team 
trounced upon the Albright Lions 16-1. 
This outstanding win was due to team 
members Chris Romig going 4-for-4 
with two doubles, a homerun and five 



RBI's. His two-run dinger in the 
fifth inning highlighted a five run 
outburst by the Jays. 
After contesting 6 games in 5 
days, due to weather postpone- 
ments, the Jays stood at 24-8 
overall and 11-1 in the MAC. 
The Jay's took on and defeated 
FDU-Madison and Drew to earn 
themselves a spot in the MAC 
Championship game. The batters 
lost the game to Widener and 
ended a terrific season as the 
runner-up in the MAC's. The 
Jay's ended the season 27-11 
overall and an astounding 12-2 in 
the Commonwealth League. 



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Pat Day can take a breather after that 
long drive straight down the fairway. 



Brendon Weaver approaches the tee to 
begin his round of play. 





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Well Deserved Ending for Blue 

Jays 



The 1999 Golf Team returned all of 
its players from its 1998 season. 
With all od this experience, the team 
looked forward to great things for 
the 99 season. In the MAC Pre- 
Season Coaches Poll, the team was 
ranked fifth, tied with Scanton. 
The team experiences a tough 
opening to the season in the 
Susquehanna Tournament opener. 
However, the team then turned it up 
a notch and had strong showings in 
aa quad match at Lebanon Valley 
and in their own Blue Jay Classic, 
which they placed eighth out of 
twenty teams. 
More problems were experienced at 



the second Susquehanna Tourna- 
ment. Team members felt the prob- 
lem was a lack of consistency. A 
sixth place finish at F & M left the 
Jays 46 shots behind the winner, 
Wesley. 

Even though the team had a rough 
season, no one gave up when it came 
MAC time. They jumped from 1 1th 
to 6th in just 27 holes and finished 
the MAC's in a respectable 6th 
place. This strong showing erased 
some of the bad memories from the 
season and left the team feeling good 
about their accomplishments. 




Row 1: Bob Johns, Christian Ehrhart, Coach Keith Marks. Row 2: Jon 
Sears, Michael Poysden, Skip Weber, Pat Day, Brendon Weaver. 



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Sports 



Softball 



Hard Work Gives Jays Strong Season 



The Elizabethtown College 
Softball team experienced a 
rollercoaster ride last season. They 
started off 1-8 but battled back all 
season. While this years squad did not 
start out poorly, they have been on 
somewhat of a jolting ride. However, 
the Lady Jays never lost sight of 
turning things around and getting back 
in the playoff hunt. 

And the Jays did just that - 
turned around. At an away game 
against Juniata, each team went 
scoreless until the Jays rallied for two 
runs in the top half of the fifth inning 
when sophomore Kelly Spence drove 
home sophomore starting pitcher 
Kristy Nowell. This was all the 



insurance Etown needed to have the 2-0 
victory. 

With strong wins behind them, 
the Lady Jays continued on the hunt to be 
in the MAC playoffs. Despite a setback 
by Western Maryland, the Blue Jays 
rambled off seven consecutive wins in a 
two week time frame to re-emerge as a 
legitimate MAC playoff contender. The 
Jays needed to win both games of a 
doubleheader against Susquehanna to get 
into the playoffs. In the afternoon game, 
Susquehanna added an extra run in the top 
of the extra inning to steal the win from 
the Jays. In the night cap, the Jay's held 
off the Crusaders to split the double- 
header. Etown finished 16-19-1 on the 
year, including a 3rd place finish in the 
MAC Commonwealth League. 







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Row 1: Christina Yulo. Kara Datz. Charlene Klassen. Vikki Detweiler, Emily Marcheski, 
Jacqueline Heidelberger, Kristin Lezinski. Row 2: Coach Barbara Shank. Angela Moyer, Laurie 
Morns, Kristy Kordich. Melissa Reinhart. Kelly Spence, Linda Milnes. Row 3: Coach Kim 
Hampson. Kristie Kulesa. Jessica Robinson. Tara VanEtten. Michelle Casserly, Kristy Nowell, 
Jennifer Zemba, Coach Jerry Kahl. 






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The batting coach helps yet another Blue 
Jay determine wether it will be a sacrifice 
bunt or a long fly ball. 



Kristy Kordich goes long again!! 





Michelle Casserly lays down a beautiful 
sacrifice bunt. 



Us 




Them 





Beilevue 


7 


9 


Norwich 


8 


9 


Albion 





7 


Blackburn 


6 





Chapman 


8 


10 


Scranton 


8 


9 


Scranton 


10 


1 


Lycoming 


9 


3 


Lycoming 


8 


2 


Dickinson 


3 


1 


Dickinson 


2 


1 


Widener 


2 


5 


Wideher 


6 





Gettysburg 


8 


5 


Gettysburg 


11 


4 


Lebanon Valley 


3 


3 


Lebanon Valley 


1 


2 


Juniata 





5 


Juniata 


3 


4 


York 


3 


6 


York 


2 


5 ' 


Western Maryland 


4 


3 


Western Maryland 


8 





Moravian 


5 


3 


Moravian 


1 


10 


Albright 


2 


2 


Albright 


2 


1 


Messiah 


3 


1 


Messiah 








F&M 


2 


4 


Muhlenburg 


9 





Muhlenburg 


1 


2 


Susquehanna 


3 


3 


Susquehanna 


2 


1 


Kean 


3 


9 


Kean 


3 







Men's Tennis 



Early End to Storybook Season 



After returning from the Spring Break 
road trip to Hilton Head, the men's 
tennis team started their season off a 
little shaky. Despite the loss with 
King's College, 7-2, after their visit 
south, the netters quickly regrouped and 
made some noise again this year within 
the MAC. 

Although Mother Nature postponed and 
rescheduled games for the Blue Jays, 
they still stove to meet their goal — to 
win the MAC title. The men's tennis 
team proved how serious it was about 
clenching the title by playing two 
weekends of undefeated league play. 
Their league record remained unblem- 
ished at 3-0 while their overall record 



climbed to 5-3. With wins over 
Wilkes and Dickinson, their record 
moved to 7-3 on the season. 
With Playoff hopes in sight, the men 
fell to Albright on Centennial 
weekend. This storybook season 
would come to a close for the Jays if 
they could not clinch the final layoff 
spot by holding off their opponent 
when they traveled to Annville. 
Lebanon Valley proved to be too 
strong for the Jay's as they came out 
on top 7-2. The Jay's season was 
ended, but not without a fight and a 
strong effort by the whole team. 




A jump shot saved this point for 
Justin Fisher. 




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Us 




Them 


1 


Westminster 


8 


9 


Joliet 





2 

7 


King's 
Moravian 


7 
2 


5 


messiah 


4 


8 


York 


1 | 





F&M 


6 


6 
5 


Susquehanna 
Wilkes 


3 

4 


4 


Dickinson 


3 



9 


St. Mary's 
Widener 


9 



1 
2 

7 


Albright 

Lebanon Valley 

Villa Julie 


8 

7 




A nice return allows Kevin Holton to take 
another point against his opponent. 




Andrew Timar focuses on the task at 
hand, serving an ace. 



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1 72 Activities 




The Activites Planning 
Board sponsored events 
like "Battle of the Air" 
bands on TGIS 
weekend. 



Take On 
A Mission 



Mission Impossible: Be in 
every activity on campus so that 
you will be the most recognized 
person. Be a leader in all of 
these activities and have the best 
outlook for your organization and 
club. 

This mission may sound like 
too much to handle. Well, to the 
students who dedicate long hours 
to their organization it does not 
seem like a long shot. Getting 
involved and giving back to 
others and the community is 
what the students find themselves 
wrapped up in on any given 
weeknight. 

With the array of activites and 
clubs ranging from history club 
to ice hockey club there is never 
a dull moment. 



Behind the scenes is what 
ECTV is all about. 





Jen Wilson spends some 
quality time at the Manor Care 
Nursing home as a volunteer 
project through Circle K. 



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Tye-dye T's were the way to go 
for those who went to TGIS 
weekend. * 



The process of picking out your 
favorite color.. .Hnim... what 
one should be next!! The 
students were able to pick out 
their colors and create their 
own tye-dye creations on TGIS 



174 Activities 




Kappa Delta Pi Rowl: Blythe Hunsinger, Bernadette Katen, Aimee Wallete, Karen 
Cashin, Wendi Willever. Row 2: Sara Rice, Ann Huynh, Sarah Blackford, J.J. 
Langowski, Heather Cox, Lynee Haberstroh. Row 3: Kathy Weldin, Jodi Fox, Lisa 
Hershberger, Dawn Johnstonbaugh. Row4: Eric Atherholt, Karin Mikalsen, Kelly Cusick, 
Jaclyn Zimmerman, Shelly Chaney, Dr. Bartoli. 



Music 
Honor 
Society 









Psi Chi Robyn Belek, Colleen Kuhn, Scott Brewer, Brian Stetler, 
Allison Lucey. 



Society of Collegiate Journalists Rowl: Kim Zauro, 
Valerie Wolfe, Alyson Elliott. Row 2: Erin Farrell, Erin 
Otten, Nathan Smeltz. Row 3: Lynn Fink, Stephanie Reiner, 
Jennifer Lee. 






175 



Honor 

Societies 




Phi Alpha Theta 
members John Graf, 
Gretchen Schmidt. Anne 

[I Marisic and Sandi Plosa 
share a few moments 
aside at the history 
department banquet. 

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Pi Theta Epsilon Row 1: Colleen Clark, Shelby Frankish, 
Heather Kennell, Kristin Abbey. Row 2: Julia Veenema, Jody 
Rarick, Jo Eates, Jenn Groff. 



Sigma Tau Delta Lori Lisiecki. Laura Shaw, Robyn Belek. 



176 Activities 




APB Row 1: Sura Jawad, Maryjane Donecker, Valerie 
Dymond, Steph Reiner, Deb Early, Natalie Stoken, Stephanie 
Lehman, Elizabeth Penman. Row 2: Jenna Firestone, Lisa 
Cooper, Sara Marksberry, Jen Bothwell, Greg Kasmer. 




Senate Row 1: Susie Tomchak. Amanda Roy. Chris Harvey. Scott Tucci. Nicki 
Schuessler, Kevin Duffy. Jennifer Neiderer. Sarah Armstrong, Katie Doyle, Kristen 
Maquire. Scott Brewer. Paige Williams. Row 2: Swati Parikh. Toni Polito, John 
Bilich, Matt Winkler. Josh Jerry, Jim Steeley, Danielle Frank, Dina Sena, Amy Ma. 
Amy Kohut. Row 3: Colleen MacPherson. Jen Halladay, Woody Adams. Kellie 
Sweeney, Aimee Orlando. Gretchen Coles, Stacey Panico. Dylan Gadino, Kim 
Gibbons, Emily Fleagle. Mandi Ewing. Nikki Taronish, Stacey Grab. Row 4: 
Gabriella Clarke, Matt Hoppe. Elizabeth Murphy. Katie Deveney, Lara Burd. Matt 
Waltz, Ted Herman. Allison Felty. Gretchen Junko. 



You just can't beat the 
"Battle of the Airbands" 
because all must "Stop" to 
watch the talent on stage. 




The Activities Planning Board, sponsor of TGIS 
weekend, rented a jousting ring for those 
students who felt the need to let the stress of the 
up and coming finals week be channeled 
elsewhere... 




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RHA Row 1: Emily Antonic, Danielle Beninato, Lee Ann 
Williams, Lori Skibiel. Row 2: Amanda Curchin, Jennifer 
Dwyer, Devon Whiteman. Row 3: Wesley Bricker, David 
Dappentick, Aimee Wallete, Jaime Myers, Paul Urso, Justin 
Covington, Jen Wilson. 



Alumni 

Association 




"Blast From the Past" was 
the theme for this years TGIS 
weekend. It came out in it's 
true colors as students were 
able to tye-dye to their liking. 



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Campus 
Life 



178 Activities 




Senior Class Representatives Row 1: Danielle Frank, Matt 
Winkler, Kristen Maguire, Nikki Schuessler. Row 2: Amy Ma, 
Dylan Gadino, Scott Tucci, Ted Herman, Paige Williams. 



The Class 




Junior Class Representatives Row 1: Dina Sena, Stacey 
Grab, Katie Doyle, Katie Deveney, Lara Burd, Gretchen Coles. 
Row 2: Matt Waltz, Scott Brewer, Jim Steeley, Lisa Marshall, 
Chris Harvey, Cynthia Biscardi. 






Representatives 




Sophomore Class Representatives Row 1: Colleen 
MacPherson. Gabriella Clarke, Jen Halladay. Row 2: Kelly 
Berlin, Mark Dappolone, Stacey Panico, Kelly Sweeney, Chris 
Wenger. Row 3: Mary Elizabeth Reagan, Gurtej Singh, Mandi 
Ewing, Liz Murphy. 




Freshman Class Representatives Row 1: Amy Roy, Susan 
Tomchak. Row 2: John Bilich, Woody Adams. 



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I 




WWEC Row 1: Myra Partridge, Mark Powell, Shaun Hughes, 
Dan Hicks, Ryan Unger. Row 2: Dana Thomas, Meredith 
Price, Aaron Marvel. 




ECTV Row 1: Dr. Tom Shaker. Erin Otten, Meg McSpadden, 
Len Iannitto, Joe Qualtieri, Amanda Hansen, Lynn Fink, Beth 
Burghaze. 




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Dr. Shaker obtains a final 
update from the crew of ECTV 
before the game is ready to 
begin. 



Setting up for an ECTV 
shoot is where most 
members have gotten 
squeezed into doing. 



Media 




181 




IABC Megan Kerr, Sara Schimmer. Terri Bickerton, Valerie 
Wolfe, Jessica Smith. 




Literary Magazine Row 1: Rachel Schwartz. Matt Antoline. 
Tara Stern, Kristen Kane. Row 2: Amber Lehman, Tracy 
Parker, John Mahoney, Jen Heisler. 





To get the best shot the ECTV crew 
takes the best seats in Thompson 
Gymnasium. 



Etownian -Row 1: Jen 

Haley, Megan Kerr, Jen 
Webber, Erin Farrell, 
Becky Bowers, Danielle 
Klinger. Row 2: Kim 
Zuaro, Kristy Hackman, 
Tracy Parker, Tamara 
Gillis. Row 3: Nick 
Lashinsky, Nate Smeltz, 
Gylan Gadino, Selena 
Brewer, Jason Bugg, Kevin 
Cawley, Adam Gilson. 



182 Activities 



SMILE officers sell candy L 
at a fundraiser at 
Homecoming. 



Jen Wilson, Earl Lokey, 
and Dave cook pancakes at 
the annual Circle K 
breakfast. 




Circle K Row 1: Melissa Mielcarz, Kristy Hauer, Dana Fronzoni, Julie 
Boerckel. Row 2: Becky Hammonds, Ally Zuber, Lianna, Rachel Jordan, 
Heather Soper, Maureen Doyle. Row 3: Ann Aichelle, Greg Kasmer, Jen 
Wilson, Christa Deiber, Mark Hersley, Erik Stark, Lori Plant. 





MJS£P*M 



Habitat for Humanity Row 1: Erika Persson, Megan Cliher, Cassie Pugh, Lauren Crane. Beth Wisegarver, 
Ben Miller. Chris. Wenger, Michael Ailken. Row 2: Amy Munden, Kim Stry, Melissa Allen, Kelly Steiner, 
Mentha Benck, Amber Lehman, Kim Hartney, Jen Meyers, Sarah Blackford, Penny Strehy. Stephanie Myers, 
Micalyn Myers, Row 3: Kristin Myer, Siacy Sireeter, Danielle KJinger, Rachel Jordan. Julie Haines, Beth 
Nickle, Jessie Katzheck, Marci James, Jen Davis. Hilary Bloch. Michelle Lisoandrcllo, Becky Gabriel, Jess 
Lenker, Julie Hettog, Joelle Worley. Row 4: Amy Way man. Stacie Zak, Chris Kemraerer. Taylor Bliss, 
Siaphanie Varnold. Row 5: Jessica Singley. Melissa Hockensmith. 




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Shelly Chaney displays a sign 
on Habitat's Homecoming 
float, RENT. 




Campus Gold Row 1: Melanie Lyttle, Beth Szymoniak, 
Maryrose Mielczarek, Maria Musso. Row 2: Melissa Ritter, 
Karen Shanahon, Kelly Mosteller, Becky Hammonds, Kami 



Mentors Row 1: Micalyn Myers, Mary Elizabeth Reagan, 
Sara Heintzelman, Christina Anderson, Kelly Cragle, Jo Eates. 
Row 2: Joelle Worley, Sandy Pugliese, Dana Zuchowski, Kim 



184 Activities 





Alpha Psi Omega Row 1: Joann Mastro, Tricia Brankowitz, 
Sarah Cropley. Row 2: Sarah Blackford, Prof. Michael 
Sevaried, Brian Cowan, Karen Cashin, Darcie Ricca. 



Sock & Buskin Row 1: Lyndi Reiber. Myra Partridge, CK. Coleen Long. Tricia 
Brankowitz, Sarah Blackford. Karen Cashin. Row 2: Michael Sevaried. Joseph Ruggieri. 
Chris McNulty, Meghan Carden. Lisa Candela, Michelle Johnson, Erica Schappell. Row 3: 
Linda Milnes, Lillian Seibert, Eli Vaughan. Loan Buhrman. Amy Clifford, Len Iarossi, 
Loann Mastro, Marie Myers. Cathy Czerwinski. Row 4: Ryan Unger, Victoria Brewer. 
Leah Henry. Jennifer Kalweit. Barry Fritz. Sarah Cropley. Rini Berg, Sarah Recser, Leanna 
Whetstone. Elizabeth Murphy, Darcie Ricca, Corey Grissinger. 





Phalanx puts on a concert in 
Hershey Hall for the Centenial 
Celebration. 



EMOTION Row 1: Terry Oreiner, Jessie Katzbeck, Josalyn 
Perchinec, Angela Vitale. Row 2: Jen Swaeger, Jen Iarossi, Lisa 
Fosnocht, Laura Barkow, Nicole Thomas. Row 3: Nikki Barben, 
Liza Martinelli, Elizabeth Murphy, Erin Levering, Ginette 
Schumaker, Kim Madeira. 



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Band Staff Row 1: Marie Myers, Sarah Blackford. Megan 
Zerbe. William Vinern. Row 2: Amy Stoner, Jennifer Lee. 






Art Club Row 1: Jennifer Barton, Jess Smith, Sura Jawad, 
Sarah Donovan. Row 2: Amber Lehman, Anne Marisic, Amy 
Kneller, Lou Schellenburg. 



PCMEA Rowl: Linda Moritz. 
Row 2: Janelle Boyd, Jen 
Gerlad, Kathleen Macklin, Amy 
Stoner, Rebecca Jones. Row 3: 
Ron Taglarino, Melissa Andoga, 
Joe Godfrey, Laura Hawbaker, 
Tom Mumma, Mrs. Reese. Row 
4: Dave Dunham. Row 5: John 
Brackbill, Mike Hyde, Steph 
Pinchock, Sarah Cropley. 



Performing 
Arts 



186 Activities 

['olitical Science Club Row 1 
ason Supeck, Alyson Elliott, 
Alycia Laureti. Row 2: Kristin 
Koppenhaver, Erin Levering. 
Nick McCue. 









Pre-Law Row 1: Alycia Laureti, Kim Pluinkett (Vice PRes.), 
Gretchen Coles, Jesse Endler (Pres.)- 



Allies Row 1: Jennifer Redline. Joshua Zmroczek, Mary 
Selleck, Christopher Gottshall, Sharon Kollar. 



187 



Political 
Science 




International Club Row 1: 

Kurt Barnada (advisor), Tina 
Paek, Catrin Rosquist, Cheryl 
Lauer, Tadako Maruyama. Row 
2: Jiska DeJong, Mandy 
Buckley, Jen Cooper. Row 3: 
Lori Plant, Leslie Westervelt, 
Ary Widiastuty, Nhu Huynh, 
Jurgita Gudisauscaite, Natalli 
Stokes. Michelle Lauer. Row 4: 
Craig Tollini, Tom Woodmen, 
Justin Prudihomme, Jen Smith. 
Laurie Price, Alice Lambert, 
Gerard VanDorp. 



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College Republicans Row 1: Jesse Endler. Jim Steeley, 
Gretchen Coles, Sarah Armstrong. 



Advocates For Peace Row 1: Amber Lehman. Maryrose 
Mielczarek, Beth Szymoniak. Row 2: Gene Clemens (advisor), 
Kelly Mosteller, Heather Jacoby. Craig Tollini, Kaitlyn Green. 



188 Activities 




Delta Mu Delta Row 1: Dina Sena, Kristin Rippman, Tim 
Phelan, Wesley Bricker. Row 2: Laura Broich, Renee 
Gladfelter, Tracy Shellhamer, Jen Cooper. Row 3: Allison 
Felty, Nancy Ustin, Heather Klein, Mandy Moyer. Jim Steeley, 
Nolan Cassell. 



189 




SIFE Row 1: Maria Jose Burgoa, 
Cheryl Lauer, Sarah Trite, Hilary 
Bloch, Randy Covard. Row 2: 
Michelle Lauer, Jen Swauger, 
Nikki Barber, Liza Martinelli, 
Shannon Gallagher, Keith Pfeil, 
Elizabeth Willis, Heather 

Humphrey. 



Accounting and Finance Club 



190 Activities 




English Club Row 1: Olivia Stoltzfas, Tara Stern, Kristen Kane, Paul Pierce. 
Row 2: Craig Tollini, Joann Mastro, Maggie Lileck, Roxanne Leake, Sarah 
Reeser. 



Social Work Student Association 

Row 1: Ann Leferve, Janea Laudeman, I 
Krishna Funk, Jen Leber, Kelly 
Rubillo, Candy Abel. Row 2: Tina 
Stamoolis, Maria king, Stephanie 
Myers, Liz White, Talayna Bowersox, 
Shayne M. Flowers, Debbi Fuss, 
Crystal Martin, Vivian Bergel 
(advisor). Row 3: Becky Kriebel, 
Sandy Pugliese, Scott Brewer, Robin 
McKinney, Rebecca Showalter, Marie 
Hester. 



Education Club Row 1: Crystal 
Brubaker, Cathy Schetroma, Laura 
Shaw, Allison Wiley, Cassie Pugh, 
Melissa Brown. Row 2: Martha 
Helms, Kristie Kulesa, Melanie Lyttle, 
Susie Lynch, Laura Ray, Liz Penman, 
Carrie Pitchford, Kerry O'Brien, Sarah 
Blackford. Row 3: Jennifer Holbrook, 
Susan Makowski, Melissa Manes. 
Row 4: Rachel Jordan, Stephanie 
Delfusse, Katherine, Lawyer, 
MaryKate Walter, Kristen Wells, Jen 
Jacobellis, Erin Kirchmer, Jen Heisler, 
Ginette Schumacher. 




Humanities 



191 




History Club Row 1: Jen Heisler, Jennifer 
Hanson. Sarah Clive. Sandi Plosa. Heather 
Hunsinger. Row 2: Sheldon Witmer, Craig 
Tollini. Sarah Spiese. Barbara Ferguson, 
Nathan Rutko. 




Psychology Row 1: Cathy Stine, Vicki 
Watson, Nanda Mitra. Arlene dinger, Brian 
Stetler. Row 2: Kathy Soper, Kevin Duffy. 



The History Club decorates a Christmas tree for charity. 



192 Activities 



Intramurals 



Roller Hockey Row 1: Mike 
Clemto, Chris McNulty, 
Andrew Clark, Taylor Grim, 
Chris Williams, Derek Smith, 
Chris Owsiany. Row 2: Ben 
Cadman, Derek Meluzio, Ben 
Nevius, Bradley Wolf, Matt 
Wentling. 



Flag Football Row 1: Kelly 
Fedako, Martha Benek. Row 2: 
Katie Sihorski, Talitha Cooney, 
Sara Shaneor, John Gardner, LaMar 
Childs. Row 3: Brian Sercetnick, 
Heath Farley, Justin Covington, 
Chris Best, Chris Wenger. 




193 




Frisbee Golf Row 1: Chris Gabriel, 
Steve Borst. Row 2: Chrissy Voigt, 
Ben Hoover, Chris Steltz, Jonathan 
O'Donnell. 



Cheerleading Row 1: Annette Gates, Kelly Herb, Wendi Willever. Row 2: Liza 
Martinelli, Jen Swauger, Allison Hinley. Row 3: Heather Erney, Nikki Tarconish. Row 4: 
Tina Paek. Amanda Koogler. Amanda Caron, Toni Lubrano. 




Men's Volleyball Row 1: Tim Haak, 
Jon Sullivan, Tony Xuo, Matt 
Timmins, Justin Aurand. Row 2: Rich 
Loney, Blazen Draguljic. Paul 
Montanari, Shawn Dandzi, Ratal 
Subernat. 



194 Activities 



Chemistry Club Row 1: Stacey Gross, Susan 
Tomkosky. Mel Leiby, Jennifer Redline, 
Heather Neylon. Row 2: Jen Smith, Jessica 
Orlosky, Heather Erney, Paula Falen, Scott 
Tucci, Matt Donahue, Kevin Holton, Mark 
Powell, Jason E. Gardner, Christopher 
Ghiorzi, Erin S. Criswell, CD. Schaeffer 
(advisor). 



Math Club Row 1: Tanya Beeker, Kerry 
O'Brien, Cathy Schetroma, Lauren Wheeler. 
Row 2: Jen Peters, Anne Zelonis, Missy 
Hockensmith, Dan Williams. Row 3: Pete 
Shelly, Robert Knappman, Kristy Kordich, 
Leanna Whetstone, Dr. Hughs, Beth 
Mecouch, Melissa Zeigler. 



Science 
Religion 




195 



Physics and Engineering Row 1 : 

Jonathan Snively, Kelly Steiner, Amy 
Ma. Scott Weigle. Kris Dorman. Row 2: 
John Gardner, Michael Cifone, Matt 
Lowe, Doug Mangels. Row 3: John 
Batzer. Conrad Blease, Wyeth Raws, 
Steve Werner, Jarrett Benson. 




IVCF Row 1: Michael Aitken. Ben Miller, Carolyn Grossnickle. Jenn Bartlett, Jeremy Jack. Steve 
Borst. Row 2: Angela Moyer, Tara Stem. Christina Yulo. Sandy Pulgiese, Heather Gillespie, Corrie 
Dobson. Julie Thompson. Chrissy Voigt, Ang Zink. Row 3: Sarah Reeser. Olivia Stoltzfus, Leanne 
Markel, Kristin Abbott, Angie Walsh, Jessica Bois, Stephanie Myers, Jen Halladay, Cori Skibiel, Beth 
Dillion, Steph Pinchock. Row 4: Rebecca Setzkorn, Laura Shaffer, Jen Meyers, Chris Shedwick, Michel 
Myers, Annick Scillia, Kara Macaire Murphy, Robyn Paul. Melissa Friend. Elizabeth Spina, Melissa 
Moore. Row 5: Sheldon Whitmer, Nick Hostetter, Stephanie Lehman, Hans Gehman, Caro Benalczar, 
Sarah Banks, Kelly M. Berlin, Latricia Eberly, Seth Gehman, Julie Haines, Becky Kriebel, Bradley Wolf, 
Toni Ingerto, Leigh McClintock. ___________________________ _________ 







Fellowship of Christian Athletes Row 1: Angela Moyer, 
Danielle Seibert, Lori VanOrder, Gretchen Junko. Row 2: Don 
Henriques, Lynn Peifer, Becky Gabriel. Jennifer Peters. Larry 
Bullock, Becky Sechriest. 



The Newman Club Row 1: Karen Cashin. 
Bernadette Katen, Kristen Gardner, Jackie 
Casey, Lynn Fink. Row 2: Tom Fertal, Jodie 
Gilfeather, Sharon Kollar. Bethann Rumpp. 



196 Activities 



Contest 




Cori Huntzinger works diligently on the activites section 
of the book. 

Co-Editors Missy Hockensmith and Jen Lee gather on a 
warm summer day to prepare for the up and coming 
year of hard work. 



Kristy Hauer is shown by 
Maria Musso how to prepare a 
layout in Page Maker for her 
section. 




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197 



Jen Heisler selects layouts for the 
Centennial section. 




The homecoming table sold 
pictures from previous years 
and yearbooks from the past to 
help raise funds. 



Missy Hockensmith 
diligently crops a picture 
for the proud parents 
section. This section 
highlights the seniors who 
graduated. 



198 Current Events 



As a blunt talking reformer in Moscow in the 1980s, Boris Yeltsin rapidly 
set about renovating the corrupt political scene. In 1991, he was elected 
president of the Russian Federation, a position he continued to hold after 
the break-up of the Soviet Union. He remains in power despite persistent 
reports of failing health and growing opposition. 




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Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa, two power-hitters in the game of baseball were in a battle 
of home runs during the summer. When the dust settled at the end of the season, McGwire, a 
34-year-old right-handed hitter from the St. Louis Cardinals, won the home run record with 
70. Sosa, a 30-year-old right-handed hitter from the Chicago Clubs, hit 66 home runs. 



House Judiciary committee Chairman Henry Hyde, a 
Republican from Illinois, led the House of Representatives 
in the impeachment of President Clinton. A trial to 
impeach the President was conducted but not before a 
vote of 43-57 rejected a motion to dismiss the case against 
the President. 




199 




Believe 

in a 
Misson 



Year in Review 



As the 1998-1999 school year comes to a close, we 
look back at the highlights and tragedies that this year 
has brought us. We witnessed the ending of three 
amazing careers in three different sports, Wayne Gretzky, 
Micheal Jordan, and most recently John Elway. All the 
while, the millenia computer craze has reaked havoc on 
parts of our society; Y2K even has "Dilbert" worried! 

Recent tragedies have also been a part of this past year 
causing many of us to question just what will happen 
next. President Clinton's Impeachment trial rocked our 
nation's sense of stability. The Kosovo Crisis called our 
soldiers away from family and friends into a far away 
land. School shootings such as the Columbine tragedy 
opened the eyes of school administration around the 
world to the possible threats students face in a place that 
was once assumed to be safe. 

With records set by Mark McGwire in baseball and the 
boom of the the music industry, all was not a tragedy this 
year. There were great moments and times of coming 
together that made one believe in this country and the 
mission which must be carried out for the generations to 
come. With hits by Shania Twain and George Strait on 
the country music scene and the music that fills the air 
from The Backstreet Boys, all has not been lost. Let us 
remember the mission we have set for ourselves and 
learn to live up to those we admire. 

Overall, it was an eventful and exciting year. As it 
comes to a close let us reflect on our missions in the past 
and the missions we must set for ourselves in the future. 
Best of luck to everyone as we enter the new century. - 

Missy Hockensmith, Maria Musso, and Jennifer Lee 



200 Current Events 



The Backstreet Boys got together about five years ago when Howie, Nick, and A] met at 
auditions. The group was named after a big market in Orlando, FL. They won the 
Viewers Select Award at the MTV Europe awards two years in a row. 

Hurricane Georges was the costliest disaster in the 117 years of the Red Cross relief efforts, 
topping the $81.5 million the agency spent on Hurricane Andrew. Georges costs rank behind 
Hugo in 1989 and the No. 1 hurricane for damage, 1992's Andrew. 



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201 



President Bill Clinton became embroiled in a White House scandal that led to Congressional hearings 
on possible impeachment. He was accused of having an 18-month sexual relationship with Monica 
Lewinsky, who was then a 21-year old White House intern. President Clinton eventually admitted to 
inappropriate behavior, but Congress pushed forward to bring the President to an impeachment trial 
in the Senate. 




As students were preparing to return to school in September, the stock market's Doui Jones Industrial Average was 
taking a dive. Down 512 points — or 6 percent — in one day. It was not a pretty picture on Wall Street. Investors 
saw the stock market make tremendous gains earlier in the year. 



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George Strait became the most-nominated performer in Country Music Association history 
by getting five nominations, including one as Entertainer of the Year. Strait has won 10 
CMA awards, including best male vocalist and album for the past two years. He was 
named best entertainer in 1989 and 1990. 



Representative Bob Livingston, a Republican from Louisiana, made a surprise 
decision to leave Congress just weeks before he was to become Speaker of the House of 
Representatives. In the wake of the Presidential scandal, he stunned his colleagues 
when he announced during the debate to impeach President Clinton that he had 
extramarital affairs that nearly destroyed his own 33-year marriage. 





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203 



Terrorist bombs exploded at the American embassies in Kenya and 
Tanzania in late summer. The Nairobi bomb took pLice almost simulta- 
neously with the bombing in Dar es Salaam and killed 247 people. 
Another 5,500 people were injured. The Dar es Salaam explosion killed 1 1 
people. A few arrests were made, but American government officials say the 
man responsible was Osama Bin Laden. 



U.S. Senator John Glenn ended his long career in the Senate with a return to 
space. Astronaut Glenn, 77, who made a pioneering space flight in 1962, 
returned to space in November 1998, abroad the Discovery on a 10-day mission. 




Quarterback John Elway led the Denver 
Broncos to a 3-1-19 win against the 
Atlanta Falcons in Super Bowl XXXIII at 
Pro Player Stadium in Miami. The 
Broncos scored 1 7 points in the game's first 
half and then 17 more in the fourth 
quarter alone. Elway has just recently 
announced his retirement. 



204 Index 



Index 







Angie Walsh 195 


Beeghly, Laura 116 


Ann Hunyh 125 


Belek, Robyn 174, 175 


Ann, Lee Williams 177, 119, 150, 151 


Belek,Ryan 142 


Ann Leferve 190 


Bellino, Stephanie 110 


AnnNeddoff 13 


Ben Cadman 192 


Anne Carlino 141 


Ben Hoover 193 


Anne Zelonis 194 


BenKistler 155 



A.. Kurtis Shank 108 
A., Sandra Koch 116 
A.J. Beamer 154, 155 
Aaron Groff 125 
Aasan, Derek 163 
Abbey, Kristin 175 
Abbie Fabian 157 
Abbott, Kristin 116 
Abruzzese, George 113 
Ackermann, Maegan 1 1 5 
Adam Weber 155 
Adams, Joe 163 
Adams, Woody 176, 179 
Aichele,Anne 113 
Aichelle.Ann 182 
Aimee Wallette 18 
Ainley, Allison 111 
Aitken, Michael 182, 110 
Aksin, Beth 117 
Albin, Bridget 113 
Alice Lambert 187 
Alicea, Tony 142 
Alilea,Tony 109 
Alishusky, Nicole 115 
Allen, Melissa 182, 118 
Allen, Whittney 115 
Allison Felty 188 
Allison Hinley 193 
Allison Lucey 156, 157 
Allison Wiley 190 
Aloy.Paul 121, 163 
Altdoerffer, Sam 147 
Alwine, Kristin 115 
Alycia Laureti 1 86 
Aly son Elliott 186 
Amanda Caron 193 
Amanda Koogler 193 
Amber Lehman 187 
amie Kudel 157 
Amy Shellhammer 124 
Anderson, Christina 183 
Andoga, Melissa 185, 113 
Andrea Thompson 157 
Andrescavage, April 115 
Andrew Clark 192 
Andrew Rawding 158 
Andrisano, T.J. 121 
Andy Burkholder 155 
AngZink 195 
Angela Ladner 122 
Angela Moyer 195, 123 
Angie Vespa 123 



Annette Gates 193 
Annick Scillia 195, 123 
Antoline, Matt 181, 110 
Antonakas, Amanda 119 
Antonic. Emily 177 
Antonie, Emily 119 
Antonowicz, Jim 1 1 1 
Anzuena, Joe 120 
Arlene dinger 191 
Armstrong, Danielle 115 
Armstrong, Sarah 176, 118 
Ary Widiastuty 187 
Ashleigh Harclerode 124 
Ashley Henrickson 158 
Ashworth. Chris 111 
Atherholt, Eric 174 
Atkinson, Kristin 115, 142 
Aurand, Jason 120, 160 
Aurand, Justin 108 
Austin, Renee 115 



B 



Babcock, Erin 114 
Bahlavooni, Michelle 119 
Bahn, Sherri 110 
Bailey, Jeff 120 
Balay, John 163 
Ballinger, Becky 116 
Banks, Sarah 118 
Bannister, April 113 
Barbara Ferguson 191, 122 
Barben, Nikki 184 
Barber, Nikki 118 
Barket.Jill 118 
Barkman, Kella 114 
Barkow, Laura 184, 108 
Barley, Tom 160 
Barnes, Laura 115 
Barry Acker 155 
Bartlett, Jen 109 
Barton, Jen 116 
Barton, Jennifer 185, 118 
Barton, Katie 118 
Battaglia, Franco 121 
Batzer. John 195, 112 
Baumley, Brian 109 
Beamer, A.J. 121 
Bean, Sarah 114 
Bechtold, Dan 120, 160 
Beck Gabriel 159 
Becky Gabriel 195, 159 
Becky Kriebel 190, 195 
Becky Sechriest 195 



Ben Miller, 195 

BenNevius 192 

Benalcazar, Caro 117 

Bender, Brian 112 

Benek, Mentha 182, 117 

Beniato, Danielle 119 

Beninato, Danielle 177 

Benson, Jarrett 195, 120 

Berg, Rini 184 

Berg, Severuba 110 

Berge, Brian 112 

Berich, Amanda 118 

Berlin, Kelly 179, 114 

Bernadette Katen 195 

Berry, Jessica 110 

BethDillion 195 

Beth Mecouch 194 

Beth Murphy 123 

Beth Szymoniak 187 

Bethann Rumpp 195 

Bickerton, Terri 181, 113 

Bieak, Katie 111, 149 

Bilich,John 176, 179 

Biscardi, Cynthia 178 

Biscardi, Cynthia, 119 

Bixler, Craig 120 

Blackford, Sarah 174, 182, 184, 185, 

Blanker, Lisa 149 

Blazen Draguljic 193 

Blease, Conrad 195, 120 

Bliss, Taylor 182 

Bloch, Hilary 182, 115 

B loch, Margaret 108 

Blome, Matt 111 

Bob Porambo 1 55 

Boerckel, Julie 182 

Boerekel, Julie 115 

Bois, Jessica 119 

Bonett, Lisa 117 

Bonetti, Nichole 114 

Bonhan, Mike 112 

Bonner, Kevin 109, 163 

Bopp. Mariana 119 

Bordner, Tricia 111 

Borneman, Dan 111 

Borst, Steven 142 

BothwelUen 176, 115 

Bouch, Nicole 111 

Bowden, Amanda 115 

Bowe, Ryan 113, 163 

Bowers, Becky 181, 114 

Boyd, Janelle 185 

Boyer, Josh 160 

Boyle, Jeff 111 



116 



205 



Brackbill, John 185 

Bracken. Vicki 115 

BradKarli 155 

Brad Small 125 

Bradley, Sarah 119 

Bradley Wolf 192, 195 

Brandt, Christopher 120 

Brandt, Jami 1 1 1 

Brankowitz, Tricia 184 

Brechbiel, Amber 117 

Brewer. Scott 174, 176, 178. 110 

Brewer, Selena 181 

Brewer, Vicky 1 1 8 

Brewer. Victoria 184 

Brian Polaski 158 

Brian Schmoyer 155 

Brian Serapiglia 158 

Brian Sercetnick 192 

Brian Stetler 191 

Brianne Hoffer 157 

Bricker, Wesley 177, 111 

Brooke Knepper 158 

Brosious, Nate 108 

Brown, Kate 116 

Brown, Melissa 118 

Bucher, Carrie 116 

Buchwald, Rick 160 

Buckley, Mandy 119 

Buckman. Tim 109 

Buckwalter, Brian 109 

Bugg, Jason 181 

Buhrman, Loan 184 

Buie, Jen 118 

Buliano, Tavis 112 

Bull, Sara 119 

Bullock, Larry 112, 142, 143 

Burch, Kristina 114 

Burd, Lara 176. 178, 117 

Burghaze, Beth 180 

Burston, Lisa 119 



C, Michael Cifone 112 
Cadman, Ben 113 
Caitlin Green 158 
Caldarone, Justin 110 
Callahan, Christina 148 
Callahan, Christy 114, 149 
Calsgero, Nicole 116 
Campbell, Becky 116 
Campos, Diego 121 
Candela, Lisa 184, 108 
Candy Abel 190 
Capoferri, Steve 160 
Care hidi, Mike 112 
Carden, Meghan 184, 108 
Carey, Bill 121 
Carlino, Anne 144 
Carmen Chiles 156, 157 
Caro Benalczar 195 



Carolyn Grossnickle 195 

Caron, Amanda 115 

Carrie Pitchford 190 

Carter, Stacy 116 

Casey, Jackie 109 

Cashin, Karen 174, 184 

Cassell, Nolan 162, 163 

Casserly, Michelle 113. 166. 167 

CassiePugh 190 

Cathy Schetroma 190. 194 

Cathy Stine 191 

Catrin Rosquist 187 

Cawley, Kevin 181 

Cawley. Kevin, 1 1 1 

Chambers. Jennifer 108 

Chambers, Mike 147 

Chaney, Shelly 174, 183 

Chappell, Ben 160 

Charles. Patrick 112 

Cheryl Lauer 187, 189 

Chieppa, Rachel 108 

Chiles, Maria 115 

Choo, Andrew 1 2 1 

Chris Best 192 

Chris Gabriel 193 

Chris Ghiorzi 125 

Chris McNulty 192 

Chris Owsiany 192 

Chris Sattele 155 

Chris Shedwick 195 

Chris Steltz 193 

Chris Wenger 192 

Chris Williams 192 

ChrissyVoigt 193, 195 

Christian, Dave 147 

Christina Connors 158 

Christina Yulo 195 

Christopher Ghiorzi 194 

Christopher Gottshall 186 

Christy Hansen 124 

Ciala, Candice 113 

Cifone, Michael 195 

Ciotti, David 109 

Clardy.Tom 112 

Clark, Andy 111 

Clark. Colleen 175 

Clark, Keith 120 

Clarke, Gabriella 176, 179, 152 

Clarke, Jenn 116 

Clemens, Jocelyn 113 

Clemento, Mike 1 1 1 

Cliber, Megan 182, 118 

Clifford, Amy 184. 118 

CUve, Sarah 111 

Clouse, Justin 111 

Cockerill, Jennifer 119 

Coleen Long 4 

Coleman, Rob 112 

Coles, Gretchen 176, 178, 119 

Colpo, Becky 119 



COmp, Tyler 109 
Comp. Tyler 163 
Conover, Brent 120 
Contino, Paul 108 
Cooney, Talitha 1 1 5 
Cooper, Jen 1 1 3 
Cooper, Kyle 120 
Cooper, Lisa 176, 118 
Corba, Melissa 114 
Corey Stitzel 155 
CoriSkibiel 195 
Cornwell. Nathan 1 1 1 
Corrie Dobson 195 
Costenbader, Denise 150, 151 
Covard. Randy 121 
Covington, Justin 177, 113 
Cowan, Brian 184, 113 
Cox, Heather 174 
Cragle, Kelly 183. 113 
Craig. Jennifer 110 
Craig Tollini 187, 190, 191 
Crane, Lauren 182, 118 
Crawford, Tom 121 
Criscuolo, Patti 152 
Cropley, Sarah 184, 185. 110 
Crystal Brubaker 190 
Crystal Martin 190 
Curchin, Amanda 177 
Curcio. Cherilyn 116 
Cusick, Kelly 174, 114 
Czerwinski, Cathy 184, 114 
Czerwonka, Scott 168 



D 



Daciw, Anna 149 
Daciw, AnnaMaria 115 
Dagle, Miranda 1 1 3 
Daisley, Kylie 109 
Damaska, Ryan 121 
Dan Williams 194 
Dana Zuchowski 122 
Danenhower, Tif 119 
Daniel Hicks 125 
Danielle Seibert 195 
Dappentick, David 177 
Dappolone, Mark 179 
Darrah, Kelly, 119 
Datsko, Adam 109 
Datz, Kara 114, 166 
Davis, Christina 115 
Davis, Jen 182, 115 
Davy, Sean 108 
Day, Pat 164, 165 
Day. Patrick 110 
DebbiFuss 190 
Decker, Kevin 108 
DeFigueiredo, Gilberto 1 1 1 
Degler, Amanda 111 



206 Index 

peiber, Christa 182 
Deibler, Christa 119 
deJong, Jista 110 
DeLaRosa, Yuri 108 
Delfosse, Stephanie 114 
DeLima, Joao 1 1 1 
Denton, Mike 1 1 1 
Depauli, Angela 115 
Derek Meluzio 192 
Derek Smith 192 
DeRoche, Kirsten 119 
Desplangues, Cecile 119 
Desplanques, Helen 119 
Detamore, Brent 121 
Detweiler, Vikki 113, 166 
Deveney, Katie 176, 178, 11< 
DeVere, Claire 111 
DiBernardo, Mike 108 
Diehl, Mike 110 
Dillon, Beth 114 
DiLoreto, Karen 113 
DiMatteo, Mindy 113 
DinaSena 188 
DiPippa, Lori 114 
Dively.Adam 121, 147 
Dobson, Corrie 119 
Dogg, Matt 120 
Dolan, Holly 109 
Donahue, Matt 112 
Donecker, Maryjane 176 
Donnelly, Candice 114 
Donovan, Sarah 119 
Donovan., Sarah 185 
Dorman, Kris 195, 110 
Douglas, Jeff 120 
Douglass, Jennifer 1 1 1 
Dowling, Tara 116 
Downing, Tim 163 
Doyle, Becky 111 
Doyle, Katie 176, 178, 114 
Doyle, Maureen 182, 114 
Drill, Tom 111 
Drumheller, Tina 114 
Duffy, Kevin 176 
Dunham, Dave 185 
Dunn, Amie 111 
Dunn, Brian 120 
Dusko, Eric 160 
DustinWerdt 155 
Dutrow, Natalie 114 
Dwyer, Jennifer 177 
Dymond, Valerie 176 



E 



Eates, Jo 175, 183 
Eaton, Missy 108 
Ebbecke, Shannon 109 



Eberly, Latricia 118 

Edelman, Trish 108 

Edwards, Justin 120 

Eggers, Laura 117 

Ehrhart, Andrea 110 

Ehrhart, Christian 112, 165 

Eidell.Jen 108 

Eisenhart, Jessi 116 

Elizabeth Heetman 124 

Elizabeth, Mary Reagan 179, 183 

Elizabeth, Mary Regan 114, 144 

Elizabeth Spina 195 

Elizabeth Willis 189 

Elliott, Alyson 174 

Emily Hahn 158 

Endler, Jesse 112 

Endlich, Nick 112 

Enslen, Mike 112 

Erin Kirchmer 190 

Erin Levering 186 

Erin S. Criswell 194 

Erney, Heather 1 1 7 

Eshelman, Matt 110 

Esposito, Kim 110 

Ewing, Mandi 176, 179, 115 

Ewing, Mandy 144 



Fabian, Abigail 1 1 1 

Falen, Paula 117 

Farinola, Emlyn 108 

Farley, Matt 109 

Farley, McHeath 113 

Farmer, Lynn 1 1 1 

FarrelLErin 174, 181 

Fattori, Danny 110 

Faufax, Lindy 117 

Fedako, Kelly 114 

Felty, Allison 176, 119, 142 

Ferrance, Christal 117 

Feshler, Matt 112 

Fierro, Mike 160 

Files, Adam 108 

Finch, Kristen 149 

Finch, Kristin 118 

Fink, Kristina 119 

Fink, Lynn 174, 180, 117 

Firestone, Jenna 176, 118 

Fisher, Diane 113, 149 

Fisher, Justin 168 

Fitz, Aliison 119 

Fleagle, Emily 176, 119 

Fontaine, Dave 109 

Fontaine, David 109 

Fooles, Claire 118 

Foran, Colin 112, 142, 143 

Fortin, Jon 121 

Fosnocht, Lisa 184, 119 



Fox, Jodi 174 
Franc, Joe 146, 147 
Frank, Danielle 176, 178 
Frankish, Shelby 175 
Freese, Matt 112 
Friend, Melissa 111 
Fronzoni, Dana 182, 114 
Fureman, Sasha 117 



G 



Gabriel, Becky 182, 118 
Gabriel, Chris 142 
Gadino, Dylan 176, 178 
Gadino, Gylan 181 
Gaida, Ann 114 
Gallagher, Shannon 110 
Gallo, Jennifer 114 
Garcia, Jordana 1 1 8 
Gardner, John 195, 109 
Gardner, Kristen 114 
Gates, Annette 109 
Gebhart, Kyle 109 
Gerard VanDorp 1 87 
Gerlacki, Christina 115 
Gerlad, Jen 185 
Giani, Tracy 118 
Gibbons, Kim 176, 114 
Gilfeather, Jodie 114 
Gilham, Allison 110 
Gillis, Haley 114 
GilsomAdam 181, 111 
Ginette Schumacher 190 
Gingrich, Heather 109 
Gladfelter, Renee 113 
Glasby.Will 109 
Glass, Ken 111, 163 
Globle,Tim 112 
Godfrey, Joe 185, 113 
Godlewski, Sarah 114 
Goldstein, Jesse 117 
Gonzalez, Peter 163 
Gordon, Denise 149 
Gorlenkova, Elena 109 
Gottsch, Jackie 119 
Gottshall, Chris 120 
Grab, Stacey 176, 178 
Graf, John 175 
Graham, Larisssa 110 
Green, Caitlin 108 
Green, Kathryn 114 
Greiner, Terry 113 
Gretchen Coles 186, 187 
Gretchen Junko 195 
Gretchen Schmidt 124 
Grissinger, Corey 184, 114 
Groff, Jenn 1 75 
Grosh, Becky 108 
Gross, Stacey 108 
Grossnickle, Carolyn 118 
Guadalupe, Jasmin 1 10 



207 



Gudisauskaite, Jurgita 115 
Gudleski, Melissa 114 
Guenin, Jack 109 
Guhard, Jen 115 



H 



Haak, Tim 120 
Habeggar, Heidi 150 
Habegger. Heidi 119 
Haberstroh, Lynee 174 
Hackman. Kristy 181 
Hahn, Emily 119 
Hain, Kevin 147 
Haines, Amanda 116 
Haines, Julie 182, 118 
Haldeman, Mike 121 
Hale, Stephanie 1 1 1 
Haley, Jen 181 
Hall, Jeff 121 

Halladay.Jen 176. 179, 116 
Hammond. Kevin 121 
Hammonds, Becky 182, 183, 
Hannigan. Denise 1 1 1 
Hans Gehman 195 
Hansen, Amanda 180 
Hansen, Michelle 142 
Hanson, Jen 117 
Harman, Jeff 142 
Harmon. Jeff 110. 143 
Harris. Dan 146. 147 
Hart, Chanette 108 
Hartman, Barrett 112 
Hartman. Valerie 1 1 1 
Hartney, Jay 1 1 7 
Hartney, Kim 182, 118 
Harvey, Chris 176, 178. 113 
Hash, Melinda 114 
Hasting, Adam 108 
Hatalla, Sharon 1 1 1 
Hauer, Kristy 182, 196, 111 
Hawbaker, Laura 185 
Hayden, Liz 114 
Heath Farley 192 
Heather Erney 193. 194 
Heather Erny 14 
Heather Gillespie 195 
Heather Humphrey 189 
Heather Hunsinger 191 
Heather Jacoby 187 
Heather Klein 188 
Heather Neylon 194 
Heck, Rob 112 
Heckman. Courtney 118 
Heidelberger, Jacqueline 166 
Heidi Yoder 158 
Height. Tom 121 
Heim. Mike 120 
Heinderberger, Jacqui 108 
Heintzelman. Sara 183 
Heishman, Ryan 1 1 2 



Heisler, Jen 181, 197, 118 
Heller, Denise 144 
Helms, Martha 117 
Helsel, Chris 146. 147 
Helsel.Jen 149 
Helsel. Jennifer 108 
Hendrickson, Ashley 1 1 9 
Hennion. Josh 109 
Henry, Leah 184, 113 
Hepler, Chris 147 
Herman. Ted 176. 178 
Hernandez. Melissa 114 
Herrity, Ryan 112 
Herroid, Holly 109 
Hershberger, Lisa 174, 117 
Hershey. Katie 114 
Hersley, Mark 182 
Hertog, Julie 182 
Hertzog, Julie 117 
Hess, Lindsey 108 
Hester. Marie 114 
Hick, Dan 180 
Hickey, Melanie 114 
Hicks. Curtis 111 
Hilary Bloch 189 
Hinojosa, Vivian 114 
Hockensmith, Melissa 182 
Hockensmith, Missy 196 
Hoffer, Brianne 1 14 
Hohn, Jamie 113 
Holbrook, Jennifer 119 
Hollenback, Julie 117 
Holton, Brian 121, 147. 168 
Holton, Kevin 109, 168. 169 
Hoover, Ben 109 
Hoover, Katie 114 
Hopkins, Matt 112 
Hoppe, Matt 176 
Hopper. Matt 1 1 1 
Hopson. Caitlin 108 
Home, Debbie 114 
Hostetter, Nick 120 
Hott, Brian 112 
Hoy, Bryan 147 
Hoyer. Christine 108 
Hoyt,Tabatha 117 
Hughes. Shaun 180 
Hughs, Jenny 114 
Humphrey, Heather 110 
Hundley, Nicole 114, 149 
Hunsinger. Blythe 174, 118 
Hunsinger. Heather 118 
Huntzinger, Cori 196. 113 
Huynh. Ann 174 
Huynh. Nhu 116 
Hycock, Natalie 110 
Hyde. Mike 185, 108 



Iannitto. Len 180 
Iarossi.Jen 184, 110 
Iarossi, Len 1 84 
Ickes, Heather 1 1 7 
Ignatuk, Jean 116 
Ingham, Aaron 121 
Iwanowski, Choppy 120 



J„ John Brackbill 113 
Jack, Jeremy 112 
Jackie Casey 195 
Jackie Zimmerman 158 
Jackson, Adam 121 
jacobellis, Jeniffer 115 
Jacoby, Heather 1 1 9 
Jambrosk, Janelle 116 
James. Marci 182, 115 
James, Maria 115 
Jamie Porter 157 
Janea Laudeman 190 
Jason E. Gardner 194 
Jason Gardner 125 
Jason Supeck 186 
Jawad, Sura 176, 185, 113 
Jefferson. Dana 119 
Jen Cooper 187. 188 
JenHalladay 195 
Jen Heisler 190. 191 
Jen Jacobellis 190 
Jen Leber 190 
Jen Meyers 195 
Jen Peters 194 
Jen Smith 187. 194 
Jen Still 156. 157 
JenSwauger 189. 193 
Jenn Bartlett 195 
Jennifer Hanson 191 
Jennifer Heisler 7. 16 
Jennifer Holbrook 190 
Jennifer Kalweit 22 
Jennifer Lee 199, 2. 124, 15 
Jennifer Lia 158, 159 
Jennifer Olmstead 123 
Jennifer Peters 195 
Jennifer Redline 186 
Jennifer Redline, 194 
Jeremy Jack 195 
Jerry, Josh 176 
Jess Smith 124 
Jesse Endler 186. 187 
Jesse Goldstein 157 
Jessica Bois 195 
Jessica Orlosky 194 
Jessica Singley 125 
Jessica Smith 11 



208 Index 

[illBarket 11, 12 
ill Hagenbuch 123 
JimSteeley 187, 188 
Jingoli, Dina 116, 149 
Jiska DeJong 187 
JoEates 122 
Joan Austin 9 
Joann Mastro 190 
Jodie Gilfeather 195 
JoeRupp 159 
John Gardner 192 
John Graf 125 
Johns, Bob 111, 165 
Johnson, Michelle 184, 108 
Johnstonbaugh, Dawn 174 
JonFotin 158 
Jon Sullivan 193 
Jonas, Rebecca 114 
Jonathan O'Donnell 193 
Jones, Becky 1 1 1 
Jones, Rebecca 185 
Jordan, Chris 160 
Jordan, Rachel 182, 109 
Joseph Rupp 158 
Joshua Zmroczek 1 86 
Julian, Conine 113 
Julie Haines 195 
Julie Thompson 195 
Junko, Gretchen 176, 113. 142 
Jurgita Gudisauscaite 187 
Jusko, Ken 112 
Justin Aurand 193 
Justin Covington 192, 22, 23 
Justin Fisher 125 
Justin Prudihomme 187 



K 



Kaitlyn Green 187 
Kalweit, Jennifer 184, 117 
Kane, Kristen 181 
Kanz,Amy 109 
Kappenhauer, Kristin 1 1 3 
Kara Macaire Murphy 195 
Kara Murphy 158 
Karen Cashin 195 
Kadi, Brad 163 
Kasmer, Greg 176, 182 
Kasper, Tara 115 
Kate Simmons 8 
Katen, Bernadette 174 
Katherine, Lawyer 190 
KathySoper 191 
KathyWeldin 158 
Katie Sihorski 192 
Katzbeck, Jessie 182, 184, 119 
Kaurudar, Jim 1 1 1 
Keene, Shannon 119 
Keeney, Adrienne 118 
Kehrh, Casey 118 
Keith Pfeil 189, 125 







Kelly Concannon 122 


Kristen Gardner 195 


Kelly Fedako 192 


Kristen Kane, 190 


Kelly Forys 122 


Kristen Wells 190 


Kelly Herb 193 


Kristie Kulesa 190 


Kelly, Josh 112 


Kristin Abbott 195 


Kelly M. Berlin 195 


Kristin Koppenhaver 186 


Kelly Mosteller 187 


Kristin Rippman 188 


Kelly Rombach 122 


KristinaFunk 190 


Kelly Rubillo 190 


Kristy Kordich 194 


Kemmerer, Chris 182, 112 


Krivonak, Angela 115, 149 


Kennell, Heather 175 


Kudel, Jamie 114 L 


Kenschaft, Shana 115 


Kuhn, Colleen 174 


Kephart.Anne 152. 153 


Kuiser, Frank 108 L 


Kerr, Megan 181 


Kulesa, Kristie 117, 166 


Kerry O'Brien 190, 194 


Kuo, Tony 112 L 


Kessler, Michelle 114 




Kevin Cristofoletti 154, 155 


L [ 


Kevin Duffy 191, 18 


Kevin Holton 194 




Keysock, Melissa 115 


L., Joan Burhman 115 L 


Khanlian. Jon 112, 147 


Lake, Courtney 118 [ 


KimBoback 157 


Lalino, Janet 142 [ 


Kim, Kristen 118 


Laliro, Janet 113 | 


KimPluinkett 186 


LaMarChilds 192 | 


Kimberly Fallstich 124 


Lambert, Alice 111 | 


Kimmel. Liz 109 


Lambert, Tracey 113 | 


King. Maria 115 


Landis, Doug 112 | 


King, Mike 112, 160 


Landis, Julie 109 | 


King, Susanne 116 


Lannigan, Sam 160 [ 


KinkJe, Selena 113 


Larry Bullock 195 | 


Kinney, Marnelle 117 


Lascalda, Nicole 113 | 


Kirkwood, Elizabeth 1 1 3 


Lashinsky, Nick 181 


Klaiber, Chris 109 


Laskary, Marcelle 113 


Klaiber, Sarah 115 


Latricia Eberly 195 


KJassen, Charlene 113, 166 


Lauer, Cheryl 108 


Klein, Don 110 


Laura Barnes 158 


Klingberg, Jason 108 


Laura Broich 188 


Klinger, Danielle 181, 182, 115 


Laura Ray 190 


Klinger, Jan 110 


Laura Shaffer 195 


Klunk, Sarah 152 


Laura Shaw 190 


Knapp, Georgean 108 


Lauren Thomson 158 


Knappman, Rob 108 


Lauren Wheeler. 194 


Kneller.Amy 185, 116 


Laurer, Michelle 109 


Knepper, Brooke 114 


Laureti, Alycia 117 


Knisley, Kara 114 


Laurie Price 187, 123 


Kodish, Curt 121 


Lawyer, Katherine 1 1 7 


Kofskie, Melanie 117 


Leake, Roxanne 117 


Kohler, Missy 113 


Leanna Whetstone 194, 22, 23 


Kohlhafer, Jennifer 115 


Leanne Markel 195 


Kohut, Amy 176 


Leary, Kevin 121 


Konevitch, Maria 1 1 1 


Leasure, Emily 116 


Konopinsk, Jason 1 1 1 


Lebo, Michelle 116 


Koons, Courtney 118 


Lee, Jen 196 


Koons, Shelby 116 


Lee, Jennifer 174, 185 


Kordes, Adam 1 1 1 


Lehman, Amber 181, 182. 185, 108 


9 Kordich, Kristy 118, 166, 167 


Lehman, Stephanie 176, 109 


Kovatich, Stephanie 114 


Leiby, Melanie 115 


Kreider, Hilary 118 


Leigh McClintock 195 


Kreider, Rob 110 


Leisenring, Drew 109, 168 


Kretchman, Jennifer 114 


Lenker,Jess 182, 118 


Kretulskie, Angie 115 




Kriebel, Becky 118 





209 



.eslie Westervelt 187 

,ester, Ryan 1 1 1 
.eutke, Rachel 149 

.everin, Erin 1 1 3 

,evering, Erin 1 84 

.ezinski, Kristin 108, 166 
Jght, Jaclyn 1 1 1 
nightcap, Jennifer 1 1 3 
jleck. Maggie 117 
Jndenmuth, Michelle 109 
SndsayTexter 158, 159 
^isciandrello. Michelle 182. 108 
Lisiecki, Lori 175, 152 
Liz Penman 190 
Liz White 190 
Liza Martinelli 189, 193 
Lloyd, David 108 
Lloyd, Mark 110 
Lob, Derek 111 
Lobb, Derek 163 
Lokey.Earl 182 
Loney, Richard 121 
Long.Coleen 184. 110 
Long, Jennifer 114 
Long, Tammy 108 
Longenecker, Nickie 1 1 7 
Lore, John 1 1 1 
ILoriDiPippa 158 
ILoriSkibiel 11 

LoriVanOrder 195 

ILowe, Matt 195 

I Lowey, Stephanie 1 1 1 

Lubrano, Antonietta Lobiane 115 

Lucey, Allison 174 

Luette, Rachel 113 

Luhrs, Megan 1 1 3 

Lutz, Elizabeth 114 

Lynch, Susie 108 

Lynn Fink 195 

Lynn, Jo'e Lightner 119 

LynnPeifer 195 

Lyttle, Melanie 183, 118 



M 



Ma, Amy 176, 178, 195 

Maakary, Maria 108 

Maartinelli, Liza 110 

Mac Adam, Stacy 109 

Mackey, Maria 115 

Mackey, Nick 1 1 1 

Mackie, Joan 115 

Macklin, Kathleen 185, 114 

MacPherson, Colleen 176, 179. 110 

Macus, Maria 115 

Madeira, Kim 184 

Maggie Lileck 190 

Maguire, Emily 115 

Maguire, Kristen 178. 152 

Mahoney.John 181, 112 



Mahoney, Kristy 113 
Mairano, John 113 
Malozzi, Chris 109 
Mandy Buckley 187 
MandyMoyer 188, 125 
Mangels, Dave 112 
Mangels, Doug 195 
Manlove, Matt 121 
Manwiller, Bethany, 115 
Maquire. Kristen 176 
Marano, Dominie 147 
Marcheski, Emily 110, 166 
Marciante, Frank 1 1 1 
Maria Jose Burgoa 189 
Maria king 190 
Maria Musso 199 
Mariam, Selma 115 
Marie Hester 190 
Marion, Kristyn 118 
Marisic, Anne 175, 185 
Mark Powell 194. 125 
Mark Sweet 154. 155 
Markel, Leanne 117 
Marks, Melissa 115 
Marksberry, Sara 176, 116 
Marquette. Brian 112 
Marsala, Jessica 114 
Marshall, Lisa 178 
Martha Benek 192 
Martha Helms 190 
Martin, Adam 112 
Martin, Susie 114 
Martinelli, Liza 184 
Maruyama, Tadako 1 1 7 
Marvel, Aaron 180 
MarySelleck 186 
Mary Kate Walter 190 
Maryrose Mielczarek 187 

Mason, Carrie 110 

Massaro, Mike 120 

Mastro, Joann 184 

Mastro, Loann 184 

Matt Donahue 194 

MattNikoloff 155 

Matt Ostrelich 158 

MattTimmins 193 

MattWentling 192 

Mattes, Art 160 

Matthews, Crystal 1 1 7 

Matthews, Taruan 121 

Mattise, Christina 114 

Mattox, Melissa 149 

Maurer, Dave 113 

May, Dylan 121 

Mayette, Melissa 115, 144 

Maynard, Kate 152 

McCarty, Josh 112 

McCarty, Kevin 109 

McCaulay, Mike 163 

McClintock, Leigh 116 



McCue. Nick 120 

McFarland, Emily 113 

McGough, Matt 112 

Mc Kenny, Missy 115 

McKinney, Brian 147 

McKonly, Page 1 1 1 

McNulty, Chris 184, 108 

McSpadden, Meg 180, 115 

Mecouch, Beth 109 

MelLeiby 194 

Melanie Lyttle 190 

Melissa Brown 190 

Melissa Friend 195 

Melissa Manes 190 

Melissa Moore 195 

Melissa Zeigler 194 

Merchant, Bethany 1 1 1 

Merrill, Mark 147 

Meruani, Raana 108 

Mescia. Luisa 118 

Mesics, Murphy 1 1 1 

Metzler, Kara 114 

Meusel, Tiffany 144, 145 

Meyers, Jen 182 

Meyers, Jennifer 114 

Michael Aitken 195 

Michael Hyde 158 

Michaels, Jacqueline 119 

Michel Myers 195 

Michelle Lauer 187, 189 

Michelle Snavely 157 

Mielcarz, Melissa 182, 114 

Mielczarek, Maryrose 183 

Mikalsen. Karin 174 

MikeCarchidi 18 

MikeClemto 192 

Mike Wilson 15 

Miller, Ben 182 

Miller, Benjamin 110 

Miller, Jamie 117 

Miller, Jennifer 1 1 1 

Miller, Liz 111 

Miller, Steph 113 

Mills, Adam 113 

Milnes, Linda 184, 166 

Missy Hockensmith 194, 199, 2 

Mohler, Ryland 121 

Mohr, Lisa 114 

Mondorff, Carrie 113 

Montero, Greiven 147 

Montgomery, Kelly 152 

Moore, Melissa 117 

Moran, Andrea 110 

Morgan, J. Grumbach 110 

Moritz, Linda 185 

Morns, Laurie 166 

Morris, Laurie 1 1 1 

Moskowitz, Ginnette 1 1 3 

Mosteller, Kelly 183, 113 

Moyer, Angela 166 

Mucha, Eric 121 



210 Index 

Hulderig, Kim 152 
duller, Christina 113 
Muller, Melissa 109, 150 
Mumma, Tom 185. 113 
Munden, Amy 182 
Munson, Kim 1 1 7 
Murphy. Elizabeth 176. 184 
Murphy. Elizabeth, 118 
Murphy, Kara 110 
Murphy, Liz 179 
Murphy. Shannon 113 
Musso, Maria 183, 196 
Musso, Marie 114 
Myer, Kristin 182, 117 
Myers, Jaime 177, 109 
Myers, Marie 184, 185. 114 
Myers. Micalyn 182, 183, 114 
Myers, Michele 119 
Myers, Stephanie 182, 114 



N 



Nancy Ustin 188 
NandaMitra 191 
Natalli Stokes 187 
Nathan Rutko 191 
Nauman, Elizabeth 114 
Neamand, Tanis 118, 148, 149 
Neddoff.Ann 119 
Neiderer, Jennifer 176 
Neipert, Terri 116 
Ness,Jared 112. 163 
Nevios, Ben 108 
Newton. Jamie 163 
NhuHuynh 187 
Nicholson, Kami 183, 114 
Nick Hostetter 195 
NickMcCue 186 
Nickle. Beth 182. 119 
Nickle, Christina 113 
Nickle. Joe 109 
Nieuwenhuizen, Monica, 1 1 7 
Nikki Barber 189 
Nikki Schuessler 12. 13 
Nikki Tarconish 193 
Nikles. Dustin 109 
Nishigaki, Michiko 118 
Nocito, Becky 118. 149 
Nolan Cassell 188 
Nolan, Melanie, 116 
Nowell. Kristy 115, 144, 166 
Nussey, Eric 120 



o 



Oakum, Craig 109, 142 
Oberly, Michael 113 
O'Brien, Kerry 114 
O' Conner, Erin 150 
O'Connor, Erin 114, 151 



O'Donnell, Jon 142 
O'Hara, Taryn 111 
Olde, Vicky 150. 151 
Olde, Vistoria 119 
Olivia Stoltzfas 190 
Olivia Stoltzfus 195 
Olmstead, Jen 143 
Olmstead, Jennifer 142 
Ondik, Donna 117 
O'Neil, Jonathan 108 
Oreiner, Terry 1 84 
Orlando, Aimee 176. 114 
Orlosky, Jessica 150 
Osborne, Tom 108 
Ostrelich. Matt 120 
Oswald. Tim 147 
Otten, Erin 174, 180, 108 
Otterson, Andrew 147 
Owens. Sara 119 
Owsianny, Chris 120 



Paek.Tina 114 
Palik, Molly 118 
Palmer, Matthew 120 
Panco. Stacey 109 
Panico, Stacey 176, 179 
Papale, Tim 121 
Pappentick, Dave 121 
Parikh, Swati 176, 114 
Parise, Rocky 112 
Parker, Tracy 181 
Parrish, Beth 109 
Partridg, Myra 180 
Partridge, Myra 184 
Patterson, Cheryl 118 
Paukovits, Brad 121 
Paukovits, Keith 163 
PaulContino 158 
Paul, John Mumaw 121 
Paul Montanari 193 
Paul Pierce 190 
Paul. Robyn 113 
Paul, Sharon 1 1 1 
Paula Falen 194 
Paulin, Jason 112 
Paysdon, Mike 120 
Peirce. Andrea 114 
Penman, Elizabeth 176 
Penman, Liz 119 
Perchinec, Josalyn 184 
Perehinec, Josalyn 116 
Perez, Janette 110 
Perrine, Kelly 117 
Perssoh, Erika 118 
Persson, Erika 182 
Pete Shelly 194 
Peters, Jennifer 110 
Peters, Kara 118 



Petrosky, Ric 147 
Pfeister, Richard 112 
Phelan, Tim 121 
Philips, Ketti 110 
Pierce, Jon 120, 147 
Pierce, Paul 110 
Pigeon, Dave 1 1 1 
Pinchock, Steph 185, 115 
Pitchford, Carrie 108 
Pittinger, Brian 121 
Pittinger, Bryan 163 
Pitzer, Emily 109. 144 
Pizzo, Lianna 109 
Plankett, Kim 108 
Plant, Lori 182. 187 
Plant, Lorraine 1 1 1 
Plosa, Sandi 175 
Polaski, Brian 121 
Polito.Toni 176, 114 
Porambo, Bob 109 
Porter, Jamie 114 
Posegate, Ann 117 
Powell, Mark 180 
Poysden, Michael 165 
Price, Laurie 150 
Price, Meredith 180, 149 
Price, Shawn 121, 163 
Professor Bamada 3 
Pugh, Cassie 182, 108 
Pugh, Ryan 121 
Pugliese, Sandy 183. 110 
Purcell, Beth 114, 144 
Purker, Tracy 1 1 7 
Puskar, Lauren 110 
Putman. Becky 108 



Q 



Qualtieri, Joe 180 
Quan, Irene 1 1 7 



R 



Rachel Chieppa 140 
Rachel Jordan 190 
Rachel Why 158 
Radivojevic, Bojana 110 
Rafal Subernat 193 
Ragains, Dave 108 
Raichel, Kristin 1 1 3 
Randy Covard 189 
Rarick, Jody 175 
Rasavac, Selma 110 
Rawding, Andy 120, 168 
Raws.Wyeth 195, 121. 147 
Rebecca Gabriel 158 
Rebecca Setzkorn 195 
Rebecca Showalter 190 
Redline, Jennifer 116 



Reed, Chris 111 
Reeser, Sarah 184, 108 
Regan, Colleen 114 
Reiber, Lyndi 184 
Reimer, Laura 110 
Reiner, Steph 176 
Reiner, Stephanie 174, 108 
Reinhart, Dave 147 
Reinhart, Melissa 117, 166 
Reinholtz, Todd 111 
Renee Gladfelter 188 
Renfrow, Ryan 112 
Rhoads, Angie 109 
Ricca. Darcie 184 
Ricci, Candace 108 
Rice, Sara 174 
RichLoney 193 
Ridgway, Joe 112 
Rigterink, Jessalynn 110 
Riley, Amanda 115 
Riley, Mandy 144 
Rising, Joanna 114 
Ritter, Melissa 183 
Rizza, Anne 1 14 
Rizzo, Bill 120 
Robert Knappman 194 
Robin McKinney 190 
Robinson, Jess 118 
Robinson, Jessica 166 
RobynPaul 195 
Rocky Parise 155 
Rodgers, Jennifer 108 
Rogan, Bill 110 
Rogers, Sandy 117 
Rojotte, Mike 109 
Romaine, Elizabeth 1 1 1 
Romig, Chris 121, 162, 163 
Rosina, Mike 110 
Rosquit, Catrin 110 
Ross Unruh 155 
Rossetter, Susan 113 
Rote, Marissa 116 
Roxanne Leake 190 
Roy, Amanda 176 
Roy, Amy 179, 111 
Rubillo, Kelly 113 
Ruggieri, Joseph 184 
Rumpp, Bethann 149 
Rupp, Joseph 108 
Rutkowski, Brian 121 
Ryan Renfrow 155 
Ryan Unger 125 



S., Erin Criswell 115 
Salach, Becky 108 
Salkela, Heather 110 
Sam Altdoerffer 141 
SandiPlosa 191 



Sandy Pugliese 190 
Sandy Pulgiese 195 
Sara Heintzelman 122 
Sara Rice 125 
SaraShaneor 192 
Sarah Armstrong 187 
Sarah Banks, 195 
Sarah Blackford 190 
Sarah Bradely 158 
Sarah Clive 191 
Sarah Cropley 23 
Sarah Klaiber 158 
Sarah Reeser 190, 195 
Sarah Spiese 191 
Sarah Trite 189 
Scarpati, Danielle 113, 149 
Schappell, Erica 184 
Schappelll, Erica 114 
Scheetz, Amanda 117 
Schetroma, Cathy 119 
Schimmer, Sara 181, 117 
Schlotterbeck, Holly 117 
Schmidt, Gretchen 175, 143 
Schmoyer, Brian 121 
Scholl, Ben 147 
Schopt, Brian 112 
Schroder, Erin 1 14 
Schroeder, Lynmarie 144 
Schuck, Brian 121, 168 
Schuessler, Nicki 176 
Schuessler, Nikki 178 
Schulenberg, Kristin 110 
Schultz.Amy 118 
Schumacher, Ginette 119 
Schumaker, Ginette 184 
Schwartz, Ellen 117 
Schwartz, Rachel 181, 109 
Scinto, Stephanie 114 
Scollan, Jenica 116 
Scott Brewer 190 
Scott Tucci 194, 12, 13 
Scott Winter 125 
Sears, Jon 110, 164, 165 
Sechriest, Becky 1 1 3 
Seibert, Danielle 115, 144 
Seibert, Lillian 184 
Seifert, Becky 117 
Sell, Robyn 108 
Sellars, Ryan 160 
Selleck, Mary 109 
Seltzer, Melanie 119 
Sena,Dina 176, 178, 110 
Servetnick, Brian 110. 160 
SethGehman 195 
Setzkorn, Rebecca 114 
Shade, Matt 109 
Shaffer, Laura 118 
Shanahon, Karen 183 
Shaneor, Sara 109 
Shannon Gallagher 189 



Sharon Kollar 186, 195 
Shauntae Stancil 157 
Shaw, Laura 175 
Shawn Dandzi 193 
Shayne M. Flowers 190 
Shayter, Steve 163 
Shedwick, Chris 118 
Sheehan, Bonnie 118 
Sheldon Whitmer 195 
Sheldon Witmer 191 
Shellhamer, Tracy 113 
Shelly Chaney 20 
Shepler, Corey 112 
Sheppard, Kian 163 
Sherren, Amanda, 114 
Shields, Leslie 115 
Sickmond, Jen 118 
Simmers, Mike 112 
Simmons, Kate 108 
Simpson, Jess 118 
Sinacore, Amy 114 
Singh, Gurtej 179, 108, 168 
Singley, Jessica 182 
Skibiel, Lori 177, 118 
Slocomb, Jessica 117 
Smelter, John 121 
Smeltz, Nate 181, 112 
Smeltz, Nathan 174 
Smith, Chris 120, 160 
Smith, Derek 113 
Smith, Emily 117 
Smith, Erin 116 
Smith, Jen 114, 150 
Smith, Jess 185 
Smith, Jessica 181 
Smith, Justin 160 
Smith., Justin 120 
Smoker, Lisa 114 
Smoot, Lisa 115 
Snavely, Eric 108, 160 
Snavely, Michelle 115 
Snively, Jonathan 195 
Snyder, Bob 112 
Snyder, Stephanie 108 
Sodorff, Andrea 109 
Soper, Heather 182, 115 
Spangler, Brie 113 
Speakman, Patricia 144 
Speakman, Patty 119 
Spence, Kelly 115, 166 
Spencer, Heather 110 
Spiese, Sarah 115 
Spina, Liz 116 
Spinella, Liza 113 
Stacey, Grab 1 1 1 
Stacey Gross 194 
StacieZak 122 
Stamoolis, Tina 118 
Stankicwitz, Andy 121 
Stanton, Katherine 110 



212 Index 



Stark, Erik 182 
Stasi, Jay 121, 163 
Stasiulis, Jillian 111 
Steeley, Jim 176, 178 
Stein, Jackie 1 1 3 
Steiner, Kelly 182, 195, 109 
Steltz, Chris 112 
Steph Pinchock 195 
Stephanie Delfusse 190 
Stephanie Lehman 195 
Stephanie Myers 190, 195 
Stephanie Scinto 157 
Stephonich, Kate 108 
Stern, Tara 181 
Stern, Tara, 109 
Stetler, Brian 174 
Steve Borst 193, 195 
Stokem. Natalie 150, 151 
Stoken, Natalie 176 
Stokes, Natalie 114 
S toner, Amy 185 
Stouck, Camie 116 
Stough, Dave 108 
Strack, Geoff 120 
Streby, Penny 182, 114 
Streeter, Stacey 116 
Streeter, Stacy 182 
Stremme, Kristin 110 
Strickhouser, Valerie 1 1 1 
Strom, Danielle 1 14 
Strong, Jenny 118 
Strunk, Gretchen 109, 144 
Stry, Kim 182, 110 
Stuber, Cheryl 109 
Subernat, Rafal 120 
Sullivan, John 120 
Summers, Amie 114 
Sumner, Andrea 109 
Supeck, Jason 1 1 1 
Susan Makowski 190 
Susan Tomkosky 194 
Susan Waton 22 
Susie Beiler 123 
Susie Lynch 190 
Swaeger, Jen 184 
Swam, Stephanie 144 
Swauger, Jen 110 
Sweeney, Kellie 176, 114 
Sweeney, Kelly 179 
Sweeny, Katy 119 
Sweet, Mark 120 
Sweney, Laurie 115 
Swindell, Angie 119 
Swope, Kim 183, 115 
Szczerba, Elizabeth 116 
Szymoniak. Beth 183 



Tadako Maruyama 1 87 
Taglairino, Ron 109 



Taglarino, Ron 1 85 
Talayna Bowersox 190 
Talitha Cooney 192 
Tanya Beeker 194 
Tara Stern 190, 195 
Tarconish, Nikki 110 
Taronish, Nikki 1 76 
Taylor Grim 192 
Texter, Lindsay 115 
Theodore, Amy 117 
Thomas, Dana 180 
Thomas, Jen 109 
Thomas, Nicole 184, 114 
Thompson, Andrea 117, 149 
Thompson, Shawn 108 
Thorson, Carl 110 
TimHaak 193 
TimPhelan 188 
Timar, Andrew 168, 169 
Timar, Andy 120 
Timm, Doug 147 
Timming, Matt 113 
TinaPaek 187, 193 
Tina Stamoolis 190 
Tirney, Drew 147 
Tobias, Corey 110 
Tollini, Craig 112 
TomFertal 195 
Tom Woodmen 187 
Tomaselli, Keith 120 
Tomchak, Susan 179, 114 
Tomchak, Susie 176 
Tomkosky, Susan 117 
Toni Ingerto 195 
Toni Lubrano 193 
TonyXuo 193 
Toole, Erin 108 
Torrillo, Tara 118, 144 
Touchinsky, Buddy 113, 163 
Tracy Shellhamer 188 
Trager, Mathaus, 1 20 
Trefsger, Gary 112 
Trimble, Robert 120 
Trusilo, Melissa 113 
Tryon, Amanda 109 
Tucci, Scott 176, 178 
Tuffs, Amy 109 
Turtell, Chris 109, 163 
Tyson, Megan 115 



u 



Uber, Meredith 110, 149 
Uber, Suzy 110, 149 
Ulmer, Alison 119 
Unger, Ryan 180, 184 
Unruh, Ross 120 
Urso, Paul 177, 120 
Uston, Nancy 118, 144 



Valeo, Kathy 117, 142 
Van, Bill Winkle 160 
Van, Kate Valkenburgh 144 
Van, Lori Order 119, 142, 143 
Van, Susan Gordner 118 
Van, Tara Etten 119 
VanEtten, Tara 166 
Van Valkenburgh, Kate 109 
Varnold, Staphanie 182 
Varnold, Stephanie 119 
Vaughan, Eli 184, 120 
Veenema, Julia 175 
Vennie, Chas 147 
Vennie, Chaz 120 
Ve spa, Angie 117 
Vickers, Laura 152, 153 
Vicki Watson 191 
Vicky Brewer 22 
Vinern, William 185 
Vitale, Angela 184, 116 
Voigt, Chrissy 115 
Voltz,Allias 121 



w 



Wade, Kristy 148, 149 

Wagner, Kyle 163 

Walker, Becky 152 

Wallete, Aimee 174, 177 

Walsh, Angie 119 

Walsh, Maura 114 

Walter, Kate 119 

Walton, Andrea 118 

Walton, Lisa 108 

Waltz, Matt 176, 178 

Watkin, Jennifer 1 1 7 

Wayman, Amy 182, 114 

Weaver, Brendon 142, 164, 165 

Webber, Jen 181 

Weber, Skip 165 

Weed, Jessica 116 

Weghorst, Chandra 113 

Weigle, Scott 195, 162, 163 

Weinig, Julie 1 1 7 

Weissman, Eric 113 

Weldin, Kathy 174 

Wellman, Laura 114 

Wells, Jennifer 114 

Wells, Kristen 114 

Wells, Mindy 114 

Wendi Willever 193 

Wenger, Chris 179, 182, 113 

Wentling, Matt 120 

Wentring, Matt 168 

Werdt, Dustin 120 

Werner, Stee 112 

Werner, Steve 195 



213 



Wesley Bricker 188, 14 
Westervelt, Leslie 114 
Wheeler, Lauren 109 
Whetstone, Laura 114 
Whetstone, Leanna 184, 110 
White, Liz 111, 144 
Whiteman, Devon 177, 109 
Why, Rachel 113 
Wiatrowski, Jessica 1 1 1 
Widiastufy, Ary 116 
Willard, Elisa 111 
Willever, Wendi 174 
Williams, Dan II 109 
Williams, Jared 1 1 1 
Williams, Paige 176, 178 
Willis, Elizabeth 114 
Wilson. Deric 110 
Wilson. Jen 172, 177, 182 
Wilson, Mike 110 
Winkler, Matt 176, 178 
Winters, Jamie 113 
Wirtz, Barbara 113 
Wisegarver, Beth 182, 110 
Wissmann, Melinda 108 
Wolfe, Tara 110 
Wolfe, Valerie 174. 181. 118 
Wolfer, Lauren 115 
Womer. Colleen 119 
Wood, Heather 114 
Worley, Joelle 182, 183. 116 
Worrel, Steve 113 
Wright, Alyson 114 
Wynkoop, Sarah 119 
Wyse,Brad 112 



Yanmeter, Tim 121 
Yem, Borey 115 
Yereance, Danielle 113 
Yoder, Heidi 113 
Yorty, Brandon 113. 168 
Young, Justin 112 
Young, Kati, 119 
Young, Mike 112 
Yulo, Christina 108 



166 



Zabrinskie, Kris, 1 1 1 
Zak, Stacie 182 
Zampitella, Sarah 152 
Zauro, Kim 174 
Zemba, Jennifer 113, 166 
Zerbe, Megan 185, 115 
Zettlemoyer, Tadd 1 20 
Ziegler, Melissa 119 
Zimmerman, Jaclyn 174 
Zimmerman, Melissa 114 
Zmroczek, Josh 109 



Zorkel.Andy 108 
Zott, Kim 114 
Zuaro, Kim 181, 111 
Zuber.Ally 182, 144 
Zuber, Allyson 109 
Zuchowski. Dana 183 






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Mission Accomplished 

The spring of 1999 closes out yet another year at the 
college, but we close out the century as well. We were 
all Cent on a Mission this past year. Looking back, all 
students had their own mission to accomplish. The Lady 
Blue Jays basketball team was the first women's NCAA 
team to win 800 plus games. The students and faculty of 
Elizabethtown College are constantly living out their 
mission in a number of ways. Students have to set and 
reach academic goals throughout the school year. Each 
person strives to find a sense of identity and gradually 
become independent. The faculty's main mission is to 
impact students and guide them throughout their en- 
deavors. While on our mission, there are often many 
obstacles to overcome. Freshman struggle to adjust 
while seniors anticipate life after college. No matter 
what our mission, we will always remember those who 
were our friends, teammates, biggest supporters and 
family away from home. These bonds formed on the 
Elizabethtown campus will forever be strengthened as 
they have been throughout the past 100 years. 






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